Lockport man convicted of menacing, but not hate crimes after crash, gun incident in Buffalo


BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — A verdict has been reached in the case of Jeffrey Calhoun.

This past July, prosecutors say a woman rear-ended Jeffrey Calhoun’s car on Colvin Ave. near Sanders Rd. in north Buffalo.

The 63-year-old Lockport man was videotaped holding onto the woman after the crash, and witnesses say they saw him display a gun.

For days, the jury in this case worked to come to a decision on whether or not a hate crime was committed that day.

MORE | Jury enters third day of deliberations to decide if Calhoun committed hate crimes

Ultimately, he was not found guilty of hate crimes, but was convicted of menacing.

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