A Rome man is facing charges for allegedly harassing a police officer on the 4th of July, according to the Town of Webb Police Department.
Police say at approximately 11:05 p.m. July 4, 23-year-old Ryan Bowers was in the Town of Webb Court for arraignment on unrelated charges when he allegedly lunged his head toward a Town of Webb police officer in an aggressive and threatening manner.
Bowers was charged with second-degree harassment in connection to the incident with the officer. He’s scheduled to appear again in the Town of Webb Court at a later date.
Back in March, Bowers was charged with felony DWI after he was found slumped over the wheel at an intersection in the town of Westmoreland, and then when he was woken up, he attempted to leave the scene and drove into a snowbank, according to New York State Police.
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