Sullivan Man Shows Gun During Domestic Dispute, Threatens Troopers
Sullivan, NY (WIBX) - A Sullivan man faces multiple charges after brandishing a weapon during a domestic dispute.
Early this morning, State Police were called to the home of Jonathan Onn, 23, where they say they heard a gun being chambered behind the door. Onn appeared, displayed a long gun and quickly slammed the door shut.
He then exited the house behind his wife, who was holding their infant daughter. Troopers were able to remove the infant from the area without incident.
After walking away from the house, Onn sat on the ground. He then rolled onto his stomach and began kicking wildly at the troopers. One was struck in the face, and another was kicked in his chest and left knee. Neither sustained life-threatening injuries.
After being pepper sprayed and handcuffed, Onn was charged with endangering the welfare of a child, menacing a police officer, resisting arrest and assault. He was sent to Madison County Jail on $100,000 bail.
Onn is also being sentenced in Oswego County Court on June 1, to address charges from a home invasion robbery last year.