A Fairport man was arrested twice, and had authorities in Wayne and Monroe counties working together to ensure there was no risk to residents.
Nicholas Jordan, 26, of Fairport was charged with second-degree menacing. He was accused of pointing a loaded shotgun at another person and threatening to kill them around 12:30 p.m. at a residence in Fairport.
He was released under the new bail reform measures, and around 4 p.m. was arrested a second time after threatening those involved in the first incident by text message.
During the second incident Macedon Police were dispatched to a residence on Waterford Road, which is near Gananada schools. It prompted the school to be placed on lockdown as a precaution.
The school says lockdown was lifted around 3 p.m., an hour before Jordan was arrested the second time. They say he was actually located in Fairport, despite making the threat in Wayne County.
State Police assisted the Macedon Police with the second investigation.
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