Three Town of Clarendon residents were arrested Thursday following a violent confrontation with Orleans County Sheriff’s Office deputies, according to sheriff’s reports.
Deputies were called to a Bennett’s Corners Road address around 2:15 p.m. Thursday for a report of a dispute.
Upon arrival, deputies were confronted by 22-year-old Elizabeth Klaver, who had allegedly been ramming her boyfriend’s car with her car.
According to reports, Klaver refused to comply with deputies’ orders and refused to be handcuffed.
Klaver’s mother, D’Ann M. Klaver, 50, then allegedly began pushing deputies.
After being advised that she was under arrest, D’Ann then allegedly began physically fighting with one of the deputies.
Two more individuals then came out of the house and began yelling at the deputies.
Andrew Klaver, 18, ran back into the house and came out with a loaded rifle, which he allegedly pointed at the deputies. He dropped the rifle moments later, but refused to comply with further orders. He was taken into custody after being tasered.
Elizabeth D. Klaver was charged with second degree obstructing governmental administration and second degree reckless endangerment. She was held on $10,000 bail.
D’Ann M. Klaver was charged with second degree obstructing governmental administration, resisting arrest and second degree harassment. She was held on $10,000 bail.
Andrew D. Klaver was charged with resisting arrest, felony menacing a police officer, and criminal possession of a weapon. He was held on $25,000 bail.
They will return to court Nov. 19.
The Orleans County Sheriff’s Office was assisted in the arrests by Holley Police, Albion Police, Brockport Police, and the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office.