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Cortlandt Manor Man Pulled A Gun After Car Was Towed, Police Say

A Cortlandt Manor man is facing misdemeanor charges after police accused him of pulling a gun on an employee at Stiloski's Automotive and Towing in Tarrytown.
A Cortlandt Manor man is facing misdemeanor charges after police accused him of pulling a gun on an employee at Stiloski's Automotive and Towing in Tarrytown. Photo Credit: Google maps
Police have accused Jonathan Oakley, 75, of Cortlandt Manor, of pulling a gun during an argument at a towing company in Tarrytown.
Police have accused Jonathan Oakley, 75, of Cortlandt Manor, of pulling a gun during an argument at a towing company in Tarrytown. Photo Credit: News 12 screen grab

A 75-year-old Cortlandt Manor man, who police said was angry that his car had been hauled off, is accused of pulling a gun on a worker at Stiloski's Towing in Tarrytown, according to News 12.

Jonathan Oakley was charged with pointing a loaded 9 mm handgun at the employee, Tarrytown police told News 12.

Police were called to the automotive business, located at 155 Wildey St. in the village, after, they said, Oakley got into an argument there over towing fees, News 12 said.

Police said that officers were able to get the gun away from Oakley, who now faces misdemeanor charges, News 12 said.

To read the News 12 report, click here.

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