Firearm allegedly pointed at repossession workers at former home of John Jamelske in Fayetteville

A portion of Route 92 in Fayetteville was closed briefly Tuesday morning in the area of 7070 Highbridge Road, between Worthington Way and Mott Road.

Police Chief Eugene Conway says a man at the residence allegedly pointed a firearm at workers with a local vehicle repossession company who were attempting to repossess a vehicle around 9:30 a.m.

Police say the man, 26-year-old Keyshon Terry, approached the agents with what appeared to be a shotgun.

Scott Doody, owner of Professional Recovery, told CNYCentral that he sent two agents to a home on Highbridge Road (Route 92) around 10 a.m. to repossess a car. When they got there, Doody says a man at the home went inside and said he was going to get a gun.

Doody says the man then came out with what appeared to be a weapon and hid in the bushes. Doody says he told his employees to leave and called police.

Police say they responded and took the Terry into custody without incident or injuries. Terry is charged with second degree menacing returnable to the Town of DeWitt Court. He was lodged in the Onondaga County Justice Center on another agencyâ??s warrant.

7070 Highbridge Road is the former home of John Jamelske where he held several different women captive in a concrete dungeon under his home over a number of years. He held one woman captive at a time, letting the others go. Jamelske was arrested in 2003 after a victim got away and called a family member.