Manhunt: Convicted Meth Dealer Sought After Reportedly Pulling Gun On Police

JAMESTOWN – An alert has been broadcasted to law enforcement agencies across Western New York following a traffic stop  Wednesday night that culminated with a federal parolee pulling a gun on Livingston County Sheriff’s deputies. 
The alleged incident occurred on Route 63 near Dewey Hill in the Town of Geneseo.
The suspect, identified as 49-year-old David Clyde Morgan, is a convicted meth dealer who was released from federal prison last June, according to Livingston County Sheriff Tom Dougherty.
Law enforcement agencies across Western New York received the alert commonly referred to as a “BOLO” (Be on the look-out).
“We received that alert,” said Chautauqua County Sheriff Joe Gerace, when reached by phone on Thursday  night.
A woman, who was reportedly in the vehicle with Morgan when the incident occurred, is in custody in Livingston County.
The sheriff’s office there said they have not recovered the gun allegedly produced by Morgan during the traffic stop.
Morgan pleaded guilty to drug conspiracy in 2002 and was released from federal prison in March 2017.
Anyone with information on Morgan’s whereabouts should call 844-LCSO-TIP or 911.