NUNDA, N.Y. (AP) - Authorities say a 26-year-old man was armed with a rifle when he chased people at a construction site and threatened others inside a business.
The Livingston County Sheriff's Office tells local media that Aaron Dudley of Nunda confronted an associate at a construction site in his hometown Tuesday afternoon. Officials say Dudley left the site but soon returned with a rifle and ran his car into a piece of construction equipment.
Deputies say Dudley chased people on the construction site before he running through the Nunda Fire Department and then into a lumber business, where he pointed his rifle at people.
Police were able to get Dudley to surrender.
He was charged with menacing a police officer. It couldn't be determined if he had a lawyer.
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