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Friday, December 13, 2013
A Newfane man had to answer to Niagara County Sheriff's deputies Thursday evening after he confronted a teenage boy he says has been bullying his son.

According to the report from the Niagara County Sheriff's Office, a Corwin Station woman told NCSO that Ryan Tierny of Bayview Station had threatened her son while he was walking home after the school bus dropped him off.

The woman's son told sheriff's deputies that "a couple of days ago he was walking home with a few other neighborhood kids," he took Tierny's son's book bag as a joke and started playing around with it. The boy told police that when he was walking home on Thursday, Tierny pulled up next to him and got out of the vehicle, getting very closed to his face. Tierny started yelling at him, threatening to "put his hand so far up his ass he wont be able to walk home," the boy said.

Tierny, meanwhile told patrol that his son has been getting bullied for the past several weeks by the boy in question and a few other neighborhood kids and that is why he confronted the boy. Tierny denied part of the allegations made against him, but did admit to threatening the boy if he continued to bully his son.

Tierny was advised to never approach the boy or his family again. He stated he would not. Patrol also advised Tierny that if there are problems in the neighborhood with juveniles bullying his son, he should contact the Niagara County Sheriff's Office. Additionally, he was advised to contact the school district to inform them of the bullying.

No charges were filed in the incident.


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