Woman who deputies say was a passenger in David Clyde Morgan's vehicle arraigned
Geneseo, N.Y. – A woman who Sheriff’s deputies say ran from the scene of a traffic stop in which a man allegedly pulled a gun on a Geneseo police officer was arraigned Thursday.
Sandra Brown of Southport, North Carolina, is facing several charges, including menacing a police officer, unlawful possession of marijuana and possession of stolen property.
Court papers allege Brown, "did intentionally obstruct law enforcement function and prevent a public servant from performing an official function by interfering in a traffic stop."
The paperwork alleges Brown pointed a cell phone at the Geneseo police officer and, "did coordinate with the driver of the vehicle to pull a gun on (the officer) to allow them the ability to flee from the traffic stop on foot."
The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office says Brown was the passenger in a vehicle driven by David Clyde Morgan Wednesday night. Morgan is accused of pulling a gun on a Geneseo Police officer during a traffic stop Wednesday night. Deputies say there was an exchange between Morgan and the officer, and Morgan was able to escape.
Brown pleaded not guilty to all charges Thursday night. She will be held on $50,000 cash bail. A felony hearing is scheduled for next week.
At this point, Morgan has still not been located. Sheriff’s deputies say is considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call 911.