Warrant found instead of a gun



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Warrant found instead of a gun

CLAYTON – Reports of a gun being fired in the air during an apartment parking lot domestic dispute could not be proven since no gun or casings could be found.

Witnesses later said they must have seen and heard something else.

However, when police confronted the man in his apartment, they also found him intoxicated and with a warrant out of New Lebanon.

At the man’s invitation, police looked for a gun in the apartment and didn’t find one. They did know he wasn’t feeling well – possibly because of too much alcohol – when he vomited just before he stepped into the police cruiser.

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