Waterloo man shot by deputy Thursday night

On Thursday evening at 8:26 pm Seneca County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to 2945 Pre-emption Street, in the Town of Waterloo for a report of an out of control male, arguing with another family member. The 911 caller further reported the male had been drinking and is on psychotrophic medication that did not appear to be working. RussFirst arriving deputies encountered Aaron Russ, age 40, of 2945 Pre-emption Street. Russ, a parolee, had allegedly just removed his electronic ankle monitoring device and was acting aggressively, appearing to want a confrontation with police. A uniformed Sheriff’s Deputy attempted to calm Russ down, but he became more agitated and attacked the deputy. The Deputy deployed a less lethal taser which had no effect on the subject. Russ began repeatedly striking the deputy in the face with a closed fist. The deputy drew his service weapon and fired two rounds.

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