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New York authorities responding to a violent domestic call on Friday say they were forced to shoot a 40-year-old man after he allegedly charged at troopers with a bow and arrow. State Police say troopers arrived at a Cattaraugus County home at around 1:30 a.m., and after they spoke with the victim, Ryan Ehman moved towards them with a bow and arrow. When Ehman, 40, allegedly refused to comply with several commands to drop his weapon, one of the troopers shot him. Ehman is now at a local hospital and his condition is unknown.