Police: Fulton Man Brought Bat to Home, Threatened to “Smash His Face In”

A Fulton man was charged with several crimes after threatening to beat another man with a baseball bat.

Fulton Police allege that an officer arrived at 610 Utica St. at about 12:38 p.m. Friday to investigate a trespassing complaint.

Police say the officer discovered Murray D. Abrams, Jr., 29, of Utica St., yelling while standing in the street.

Police allege Abrams called a man and threatened to come over and “smash his face in” with a baseball bat.  Not long after, police say, Abrams showed up at the home with an aluminum bat in hand and renewed the threat.

He allegedly had hydrocodone and marijuana on him when he was arrested moments later.

Police charged him with a felony count of criminal possession of a weapon, along with menacing, aggravated harassment, criminal possession of a controlled substance, disorderly conduct and marijuana possession.

He was arraigned and sent to the Oswego County Correctional Facility.