A Johnson City man is accused of threatening another man with a loaded 9-millemeter handgun on Reynolds Road on Wednesday, March 30.
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Johnson City Police say convicted felon, 27-year-old Jimmy Garcia, is charged with felony counts of Criminal Possession of a Weapon and Criminal Use of a Firearm as well as misdemeanor menacing for allegedly displaying the handgun and making threats against an acquaintance.
The news release from the police did not indicate there were any injuries when the weapon was displayed at around 6:45 Wednesday evening.
Officers say they spotted Garcia’s vehicle traveling on State Route 201 and stopped him on Grand Avenue. Police say they found the loaded, unregistered handgun in Garcia’s possession during the traffic stop.
Garcia was sent to the Broome County Jail without bail.
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