Jessamine County Deputies say they have tracked down a wanted man who threatened to shoot them.
They found him after a short manhunt in the Lee Dean Trailer Park Tuesday evening.
Deputies tell us they dropped by Andy Shockley’s mobile home to serve a warrant on him, but he told them he had a gun and wasn’t afraid to use it.
They say he ran out of the house to escape, prompting a short manhunt.
Deputies say he was located after a brief foot pursuit and taken into custody with no further incident.
Investigators say that Shockley wasn’t armed after all.
He was wanted for violating parole or probation and a warrant from Garrard County, according to deputies.