(BINGHAMTON, N.Y.) -- Broome County Sheriff Sheriff's Office deputies arrested an Endicott man Saturday for disorderly conduct after an incident at Mountain Top Grove.
Law enforcement providing security at the venue took Jack Goham into custody after he "caused public annoyance and alarm," according to officials.
While allegedly intoxicated, the 44-year-old yelled that he was going to kill a deputy sheriff, while pointing his finger at officers as if he had a gun. Goham also used "foul and abusive language," officials said in a statement.
During the attempt to take him into custody, police say Goham struggled and continued threats. He was arraigned in the Town of Conklin on behalf of the Town of Binghamton.
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