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CENTER TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — State police say a Butler County man caused a disturbance at a bar before fleeing from police Sunday.

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It happened around 10 p.m. at the Belmont Bar in Center Township.

According to state police, 39-year-old William Barbary, of Butler, was inside the bar when he began threatening to fight patrons and the bartender.

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When state troopers arrived on the scene, Barbary was standing in the parking lot. When the bartender identified Barbary as the one causing a disturbance, Barbary ran away.

Troopers caught up to Barbary near Sunset Drive and took him into custody.

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Barbary was taken to the Butler County Jail to await arraignment. He’s facing multiple charges, including resisting arrest, terroristic threats, public drunkenness and disorderly conduct.