ARCADE, N.Y. (WIVB) - Deputies rushed to a home in Wyoming County after receiving a 911 call with a domestic dispute happening in the background and no one else on the line.
The Wyoming County Sheriff's Office arrived at a home on Stinson Road in Arcade at 4:24 p.m. on Saturday. Deputies say they found 58-year-old Michael Reisdorf had barricaded a female acquaintance inside the upstairs bathroom of the home. Reisdorf was ordered to come downstairs, but deputies say when he got to the living room, he refused to go quietly.
Reisdorf was tasered and cuffed. He has been charged with second degree menacing, second degree unlawful imprisonment, second degree harassment and resisting arrest.
Reisdorf was committed to the Wyoming County Jail on $5,000 bail. The woman was evaluated by medical personnel and released.
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