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Clarendon family members arrested after dispute, one points loaded rifle at deputy

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Orleans County Sheriff’s deputies responded to reports of a family dispute on Thursday afternoon in the Town of Clarendon. Deputies were assisted by NYS Police, Holley Police, Albion Police, Brockport Police, and the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office. 

Upon arrival deputies were confronted by 22-year-old Elizabeth Klaver who had allegedly been ramming her boyfriend’s vehicle with hers. Klaver refused to comply with deputies and refused to be handcuffed. According to deputies, Klaver’s 50-year-old mother D’Ann allegedly began pushing deputies and obstructing. 

Deputies say Elizabeth began physically fighting with Sgt. David Foller when advised she was under arrest. At time time two more people ran out of the house yelling at the deputies. 

One of those individuals who ran out yelling was 18-year-old Andrew Klaver and he ran back into the house then came back out with a loaded rifle and allegedly pointed it at Sgt. Foller and Deputy J.J. Cole. 

Deputies say Andrew dropped the rifle moments later but refused to comply with further orders and was arrested following deputies’ use of a Tazer. 

Elizabeth Klaver was charged with obstructing governmental administration in the 2nd degree and reckless endangerment in the 2nd degree. Her bail’s set at $10,000 cash or bond. 

D’Ann Klaver was charged with obstructing governmental administration in the 2nd degree, resisting arrest and harassment in the 2nd degree. Her bail was set at $10,000 cash or bond. 

Andrew Klaver was charged with resisting arrest, felony reenacing a police officer, and criminal possession of a weapon. His bail was set at $25,000 cash or bond. 

All three were remanded to Orleans County Jail and will return to Clarendon Town Court on November 19. 

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