COVENTRY, N.Y. -- A Chenango County man was arrested for allegedly threatening to shoot his neighbor and a dog.
On Friday last week, state police say Bradly Falkenmeyer, 27 of Coventry, was fighting with his neighbor about the dog next door being on his property.
The neighbor alleged that Falkenmeyer showed his shotgun and threatened to shoot him and the dog.
Troopers say their investigation showed he did have a gun at the home, and he was also on parole, which wouldn't allow him to be in possession of any firearms.
Falkenmeyer was charged with second-degree menacing, and fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon.
He was arrested and taken to Chenango COunty Jail without bail.
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