A western New York man accused in a November murder has been arraigned after authorities say he fled to Los Angeles

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BUFFALO, New York — A western New York man suspected of killing one person and wounding another in Buffalo last November murder has been arraigned after being captured in Los Angeles.

Leonard Robinson was arraigned Tuesday on murder, attempted murder and weapon charges.

Authorities say the Buffalo man burst into a city home on Nov. 29 and opened fire. Forty-two-year-old Antoin Vance was killed and 24-year-old Dominique Jackson was hurt in the shooting.

Police say Robinson fled in a vehicle driven by someone else. That vehicle went through a guardrail on Humboldt Parkway and landed upside down on state Route 33.

The driver faces weapon and mischief charges along with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

Robinson is due back in court on Feb. 25. It couldn't be determined if he has a lawyer who could comment on the charges.

Information from: WIVB-TV, http://www.wivb.com

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