A manhunt continues in Geneseo for a man accused of pointing a gun at an officer during a traffic stop Wednesday night.
The suspect has been identified as David Clyde Morgan; he is described by Livingston County Sheriff Thomas J. Dougherty as having "a violent past and considered armed and dangerous."
Dougherty tweeted Friday morning that "the search continues for David Morgan. We have had zero confirmed sightings of Morgan since the traffic stop."
The search continues for David Morgan. We have had zero confirmed sightings of Morgan since the traffic stop on July 18 at 1747. Please call 911 if you see him or 844.LCSO.TIP with any leads. pic.twitter.com/BNT9xAfxLT
— Sheriff Thomas J. Dougherty (@theLivCoSheriff) July 20, 2018
In a briefing Wednesday night, Dougherty said that a preliminary investigation showed that Morgan pointed a weapon at the Geneseo officer who fired a round back, according to the Livingston County News.
The traffic stop occured at Route 63 and Dewey Hill (Route 20A). Morgan fled the scene on foot and was wearing a gray hoodie, gray baseball cap and blue jeans.
Sandra Brown, who was a passenger with Morgan in the car involved in the traffic stop, was jailed on multiple charges Thursday evening.
Brown, 40, of South Port, North Carolina, was charged and arrested with multiple crimes following an incident involving the menacing of a Geneseo Police Officer. The charges: Menacing of a Police Officer (class D felony), Conspiracy in the 5th Degree (class A misdemeanor), Obstructing Governmental Administration in the 2nd Degree (class A misdemeanor), Menacing in the 2nd Degree (a class A misdemeanor), Criminal Possession of Stolen Property in the 4th Degree (class E felony) and Unlawful Possession of Marijuana.
The passenger, Sandra Brown, has been arraigned in CAP court and held on $50,000 cash or $100,000 bond on multiple charges lodged against her. We continue to search for David Morgan. Please stay vigilant and call 911 if you see him or 844.LCSO.TIP with any information. pic.twitter.com/a3X4ZTVHYa
— Sheriff Thomas J. Dougherty (@theLivCoSheriff) July 19, 2018
SUNY Geneseo, which canceled classes Thursday, reopened Friday.