Dartmouth shooting

Gage Young looks on as his attorneys, Emily Wynes and Simon Mayo, confer Nov. 27, 2018, during a bail hearing in Grafton County Superior Court.

KEENE — The West Lebanon man charged with November’s drive-by shooting near the Dartmouth College campus in Hanover is facing a new charge of armed robbery for an alleged Keene incident.

Gage Young, 22, was recently indicted by the grand jury that convened in the Cheshire Superior Court in Keene on one count of armed robbery. The court file does not include a police affidavit detailing the incident that allegedly took place April 3, 2018, in Keene. Assistant County Attorney Kerry O’Neill did not respond to a request for comment.

Young is accused of pointing a gun at another person during a theft, according to the indictment sheet. That person was placed in fear for his life, the indictment states.

Young is already headed to trial in the Grafton Superior Court on charges of first-degree assault, second-degree assault, two counts of reckless conduct, one count of falsifying physical evidence and prohibited sales of alcohol stemming from the Dartmouth shooting.

According to court records, on the night of Nov. 2, 2018, Young was a passenger in his Ford Fusion that was being driven by Hector Correa, a 17-year-old, from Lebanon. Young reportedly pointed a handgun at a group of people walking in downtown Hanover and fired a single round that struck Thomas Elliott, according to court records.

Elliott survived.