Cooperstown man accused of pulling weapons on police officer

From staff reports

A Cooperstown man was arraigned Thursday on a felony charge of aggravated assault for pulling a 9 mm handgun and a knife or razor on a West Mead Township police officer last month.

Dustin Levi Young, 28, of 419 Cooperstown Road, was arraigned before District Judge Samuel V. Pendolino on eight offenses for allegedly causing a disturbance the evening of Feb. 20 through the morning of Feb. 21 at 13388 Leslie Road, Meadville.

Young was also charged with misdemeanor offenses of resisting arrest, simple assault, possession of a weapon, terroristic threats and disorderly conduct for actions during the same incident.

In addition, Young was charged with summary counts of public drunkenness and defiant trespass.

Young was released on $25,0000 unsecured bond.

A preliminary hearing is scheduled before Pendolino on April 11.