Cops Investigate Report Of Gun Drawn At Bar In Tourist Town
LAKE GEORGE, N.Y. (AP) — Police are investigating an incident at a bar in a popular Adirondack tourist town where employees say a gun was drawn by someone involved in a confrontation.
WNYT-TV in Albany reports (http://bit.ly/2vL5IxN ) that a bartender at the Fire and Ice Bar and Grill on the main street in the village of Lake George says four men were asked to leave by the bouncers around 1:30 a.m. Friday.
The bartender says the men returned and one of them pulled a gun on the bouncers before walking away.
The Warren County Sheriff's Office was called, and officers arrested one of the men.
The sheriff's office confirms that it responded to a call at the bar but hasn't released details yet.
The bar is located on Canada Street in the middle of Lake George's retail and entertainment district.