ULSTER, Pa. -- Pennsylvania state police arrest a man who had been on the run since Friday. Police say Christopher Shulas, 34, was taken into custody a little before 11 Saturday night.
According to investigators, Shulas was involved in a domestic disturbance Friday around 5 p.m. where he threatened to kill a 67-year-old woman and 68-year-old man at a home in Ulster. Before police arrived, Shulas reportedly forced a 29-year old Binghamton woman into a car at gunpoint and made her drive him away.
During the ride, investigators say Shulas fired a sawed off shotgun out the window, and threatened to kill the woman. She was able to get help when they stopped for gas, and Shulas drove off. There's no word yet on what charges Shulas faces.