Cops: Suspect in Stockbridge standoff aimed gun at Deputies

STOCKBRIDGE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) - A person at the center of a standoff in the Madison County town of Stockbridge is in custody.

The incident erupted when law enforcement tried to execute an arrest warrant for failure to pay family support when 31-year-old Andrew Hadlock aimed a gun at officers.

Deputies from Oneida and Madison County Sheriff's Offices were at the scene on Clearview Drive, along with a U.S. Marshal.

They say Hadlock refused to come out of the house, before emerging hours later.

Hadlock was charged with four counts of menacing, and one count of obstructing governmental administration.

Stockbridge Valley Central School was on “lock out” and people were asked to avoid the area on Tuesday morning.

According to NewsChannel 9 reporter Tammy Palmer, school activities have resumed.

The Madison County Emergency Management office sent out a “violent crime alert” on Tuesday morning, but they initially declined to elaborate on the nature of the incident.

The Madison County Sheriff’s Office said there was a “serious law enforcement operation in the area of Stockbridge Hill Road and East Clear View Road."


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