New charges placed on man convicted in 2015 shooting death of Carey Gabay
One of the men convicted of shooting and killing an aide for former Gov. Andrew Cuomo at J'ouvert celebrations in 2015 is now facing federal gun charges.
Stanley Elianor was sentenced to seven years behind bars for reckless endangerment back in 2018. He was one of three people sentenced in connection to the shooting death of Cuomo aide Carey Gabay.
Prosecutors say that Elianor is now being charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition in connection to the 2015 shooting.
Opening arguments in Brooklyn federal court are expected to begin later today.