New York man shot after alleged assault on troopers released from hospital, faces numerous charges

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New York State Police say 33-year-old Jason Shaw, who was shot during a confrontation with troopers in Moriah on Saturday, is in jail after being released from UVM Medical Center.

Shaw has been charged with two counts of attempted assault and one count of criminal possession of a weapon, among other charges. He was arraigned and is currently in Essex County Jail on a $100,000 bail. Two troopers who were involved in the shooting were also treated at UVM and released.

Police say troopers were injured after answering a call to Lamos Lane in Moriah, New York, on Saturday. Shaw was reported to have been threatening someone he knew. He allegedly drove up after the two troopers arrived and rammed into their patrol vehicles.

He is also accused of trying to run over the officers. Police say Shaw was wounded when the troopers fired at his vehicle.

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