Western New York man arrested twice in four days

Posted at 2:44 PM, Nov 24, 2018

A Western New York man was arrested two times in four days according to New York State Police.

Police say 42-year-old Brett A. Bunker, of Limestone, was arrested for arson on Nov. 19th after responding to the call of two vehicles on fire on Loney Hollow Road in the Town of Carrollton.

An investigation revealed Bunker allegedly started both cars on fire, neither belonged to him.

Bunker was arraigned in Carrollton Town Court and released to reappear at a later date.

Then, on Thanksgiving on Nov. 22nd Bunker was arrested for the second time in four days after troopers responded to a call of a male making threats against the life and property of another party.

Bunker admitted to the crime and was arrested on aggravated harassment charges.

Police say Bunker was arraigned in Carrollton Town Court and released on his own recognizance. 

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