BUFFALO, N.Y. — A Buffalo teen charged in the murder of a youth football coach is facing more charges. 

Jason Washington, 18, was arraigned Friday on one count of criminal possession of a weapon and one count of reckless endangerment. Investigators say Washington fired several shots at a house on Ruspin Avenue in Buffalo on October 1. 

Later that day, Washington is accused of approaching a man who was standing outside a home on LaSalle Avenue and pointed a gun at the victim to go back into the house. Investigators say the victim hit Washington with a chair and the two got into a scuffle.  Washington was shot in the hand and then fled the scene.  Washington is charged with one count of attempted burglary and criminal possession of a weapon in connection with this incident. 

Washington was previously charged with murder and attempted murder, and criminal possession of a weapon in connection with the death of Norzell Aldridge and the attempt to shoot another person during a fight at a little league football game on August 31.

Washington also has pending assault and gun charges for allegedly firing multiple shots towards a juvenile at McCarthy Park.  The child was struck once and taken to ECMC with a leg injury.

Washington remains held without bail.

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