By Bret Pallotto
A Clarence man who exchanged gunfire with State Police pleaded guilty and is set to spend at least three years in prison, according to Assistant District Attorney Crystal Hundt.
State police said Franklin Furl III initially shot at a woman in December 2017 as she was attempting to leave her Snow Shoe residence with her pets. During her call to police, Furl allegedly said he would “take out as many (cops) as he can and he won’t go out alive.” (Click here to read more)
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