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

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

Man threatened to go on ‘killing spree’
In call, Broadalbin man threatened deputy, 'killing spree,' Fulton County Sheriff says
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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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