Man allegedly points shotgun at people in Evans Mills

Man allegedly points shotgun at people in Evans Mills
Jefferson County sheriff (Source: WWNY)

EVANS MILLS, N.Y. (WWNY) - An Evans Mils man is accused of threatening people with a shotgun.

Jefferson County sheriff’s deputies say 22 year old Timofey Borovkov allegedly pointed a 12-gauge pump action shotgun at several people near the corner of Noble and N. Main Streets after midnight on Sunday.

Borovkov was charged with three counts of second-degree menacing and one count of fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon.

Borovkov was arraigned in LeRay town court and released to appear in court again at a later date.

CORRECTION: Our initial reporting stated this alleged incident happened at Last Call Bar & Grill in Evans Mills. After speaking with Sheriff’s Office officials, 7 News has clarified that it allegedly happened in the street nearby. No one is accused of bringing a gun into Last Call Bar & Grill, and the business’ owner tells us the establishment was closed at the time of the incident. It should be noted Last Call’s address was listed as the “Location of Arrest” in the Sheriff’s office arrest report.

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