CLIFTON PARK, N.Y. -- A man who was shot by police in August was indicted on several charges.
According to New York State Police, they were called to the Robinwood Estates on Route 146 in Clifton Park. When they arrived to the scene, Douglas Stewart was outside the home holding a rifle.
The Saratoga County District Attorney's office said Stewart placed the trooper in reasonable fear of physical injury or death by displaying the rifle. They also said Stewart had reason to know the trooper was a member of law enforcement.
Stewart was indicted on multiple charges, including menacing a police officer. He posted bond last month and was released to Saratoga Hospital for treatment. He was required to surrender his passport as part of his bail release.
There is no word on when he is scheduled to be arraigned.