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In call, Broadalbin man threatened deputy, ‘killing spree,’ Fulton County Sheriff says

Man threatened to go on ‘killing spree’

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FULTON COUNTY — A 56-year-old Broadalbin man has been charged with a felony after allegedly threatening to go on a “killing spree” while talking to the Fulton County Sheriff’s Department dispatching center Tuesday evening, officials said.

David T. Ferlazzo, 56, of Gull Avenue, was arrested at 8:43 p.m. Tuesday after calling the communications center in Johnstown, officials said.

In the call, Ferlazzo told the dispatcher he would “probably find a deputy, and kill them and take their gun, and go on a killing spree,” sheriff’s officials said.

Deputies took Ferlazzo into custody at his residence without incident, officials said. State police assisted with the arrest.

Ferlazzo was charged with making a terroristic threat, a Class D felony. He was arraigned and ordered held at the Fulton County Jail on $25,000 bail.


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