22-year-old faces attempted murder charges

By Anna Norris

22-year-old faces attempted murder charges

July 3, 2014 Updated Jul 3, 2014 at 5:40 PM EDT

Chemung, NY (WBNG Binghamton) An Elmira man is in custody after officials said he fired a shotgun at a New York State Trooper and a Chemung County Sheriff's Deputy, who were responding to a call.

Travis Fedock, 22, is charged with two felony counts of attempted murder in the first degree.

The deputy and state trooper were called to Fedock’s father’s house, located at 256 Snell Rd. in the Town of Chemung, for a report of a domestic dispute.

By the time law enforcement arrived, Fedock had fled the scene.

While investigating this incident, another domestic dispute call had come in for 2007 West Squires Rd., the home of Fedock's grandmother.

Emergency communications reported shots fired at the grandmother's house.

When law enforcement arrived, they were encountered by Fedock's father.

Shortly after, Fedock shot at them from a wooded area. Both the trooper and deputy returned fire.

Fedock's father was able to disarm his son.

After being disarmed, Fedock resisted arrest and fought with officers, but was eventually taken into custody.

No one was injured as a result of the gun battle.

Fedock was taken to the Chemung County Jail without bail.

The father, Stephen Fedock, 44, was arrested for obstruction of governmental administration and released on an appearance ticket.

During this incident, another family member, Michael Fedock, 41, drove to the scene and was found to be intoxicated and possessed a shotgun in his vehicle. He was arrested for DWI and was later released.

Further charges are pending against Travis Fedock and the investigation remains ongoing.

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