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Deputies: Seneca County man threatens deputies with crossbow

Deputies: Seneca County man threatens deputies with crossbow

July 11, 2019 11:14 PM

VARICK, N.Y. (WHEC) -- A Seneca County man is accused of threatening deputies with a crossbow.

On Wednesday night, deputies were called by a family member, who said 47-year-old Victor Gregory, of Varick, was making threats. 

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When deputies arrived they found the mailbox on fire. As they approached, they say Gregory threatened them with a loaded crossbow. 

At one point, police say he set the crossbow down .

A police dog was sent in, until Gregory allegedly pulled out a knife. 

Deputies ultimately had to use a taser, and it was still a fight to get him into custody. 

Three officers were injured.

Gregory is facing nine charges.

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