(13WHAM)Nunda, N.Y. – The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office announced Tuesday the arrest of a Nunda man after he made several threats.
According to authorities, Aaron Dudley, 26, of Nunda, confronted an associate at a construction site Tuesday afternoon. Officials say Dudley then left the scene, only to come back with his vehicle waving a bolt action .22/250 rifle, and running his car into a piece of construction equipment.
Deputies then say that Dudley chased people on the construction site around with his rifle, before he ran through the Nunda Fire Department and then into Nunda Lumber, where he pointed his rifle at people inside the store.
At that point, authorities say members of Nunda Police Department, New York State Police, Mt. Morris Police Department and the Livingston County Sheriff's Office responded to the situation.
The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office says one of its deputies who responded was confronted by Dudley with the rifle. The deputy was able to get Dudley to surrender his rifle with no incident.
Dudley was arrested on the felony charge of menacing a police officer and remanded to the Livingston County Jail on $25,000 bail.