A town of Union resident was sent to Broome County jail after he was arrested following a dispute.

Authorities say 35-year-old John Conti of Endwell was taken into custody by New York State Police Thursday afternoon.

Conti was charged with second-degree criminal contempt, a misdemeanor. He also was charged with second-degree harassment.

Officials say the arrest was made after an investigation into a complaint that was made on May 14. They say Conti allegedly had been involved in a "physical argument" with someone on Delaware Avenue in Endwell and then left the scene.

Troopers found Conti on Thursday and arrested him. He was arraigned and ordered held in the county jail.

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