FLOYD — A Utica man was arrested Sunday afternoon after he allegedly came at deputies with a dagger, the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office said.

Deputies responded to a reported disturbance at a Sandy Circle home when they were confronted by a man armed with a dagger, deputies said. The man refused orders to drop the dagger and came at the deputies in a threatening manner on several occasions, officials said.

Authorities used pepper spray as the man continued to refuse orders to drop the weapon, all the while swinging the dagger at deputies, officials said. The man dropped the dagger after further negotiating and was taken into custody without incident, deputies said.

No deputies were injured.

Deputies identified the man as Robert Carcone, 23, of Utica.

Carcone was charged with felony charge of menacing a police officer and misdemeanor charges of criminal possession of a weapon, resisting arrest, criminal mischief and menacing another party prior to law enforcement’s arrival. He was taken to the Oneida County C.A.P. court and arraigned on the charges.

The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office was assisted at the scene by members of the New York State Police and New York State Environmental Conservation Police. Carcone was treated at the scene by members of the Floyd Fire Department and Amcare Ambulance before being transported to the sheriff’s office for processing.