Union City man to stand trial for Thanksgiving 2020 shooting

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A Union City-area man will stand trial in Crawford County for allegedly killing his cousin on the Saturday of Thanksgiving weekend 2020.

Paul V. Carnrike Jr. is charged by Pennsylvania State Police with criminal homicide for allegedly shooting Michael G. Thieme, 50, of Corry, seven times with a 9mm inside Carnrike’s trailer home at 26180 State Highway 8 in Bloomfield Township, around 12:30 a.m. Nov. 28.

Magisterial District Judge Amy Nicols ordered Carnrike held for trial following a two-hour preliminary hearing Monday in Titusville. The Tribune was the only media to attend the preliminary hearing; Carnrike attended via videoconference.
Carnrike had called Pennsylvania State Police at Corry following the alleged shooting to report it, Trooper Jon Sutton testified at Monday’s hearing.

Carnrike had advised police that he was transgender and that Thieme had been supportive, butt Thieme’s behavior turned violent and aggressive toward him during the visit with unwanted advances and threats to him, the trooper said.Carnrike told police that Thieme was trying to choke him in the kitchen at one point when Carnrike hit Thieme with a brandy bottle multiple times to break away from him. Carnrike told police that he went to a rear bedroom and locked himself insider with a loaded handgun.

According to Carnrike, Thieme broke through the bedroom door and Carnrike then fired “two or three shots” at him before Thieme collapsed.

Carnrike wasn’t charged by police at that point. He was released following consultation between police and the Crawford County District Attorney’s Office.

An autopsy performed Dec. 1 found Thieme had been shot seven times.

When Carnrike was interviewed for a second time the night of Dec. 1, his story had changed some from what he had told police the first time.

Police then confronted Carnrike with the autopsy report that Thieme was hit by seven bullets and challenged his story. Carnrike then admitted to police that he knew Thieme was within the bathroom and not in front of the bedroom/bathroom door pounding on it when the shots were fired.

Carnrike remains lodged in the Crawford County jail without bond as homicide is a nonbondable offense in Pennsylvania.

He is scheduled to go on trial in county court in June. If convicted of criminal homicide, he could face up to life in prison and a fine of up to $50,000.