State police said troopers shot a 40-year-old man who charged at them with a bow and arrow in upstate New York early Friday.
The shooting came as troopers and Cattaraugus Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to a domestic violence call in the village of Portville around 1:30 a.m., state police said in a press release.
Cops were interviewing the alleged victim in the case when Ryan Ehman charged at the officers “armed with a bow and arrow,” the release said.
One of the troopers shot Ehman when he refused to drop the weapon, police said.
Ehman was transported to Erie County Medical Center by helicopter.
Police did not reveal his condition and said the investigation is ongoing.
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