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Updated at 7:54 a.m.
RIVERSIDE, O. (AP) Authorities say the mayor of a suburban Dayton city was arrested and released after he allegedly threatened to shoot a city council member.

Riverside Councilman Edward Schock says he filed an aggravated menacing complaint with police on Saturday after a phone conversation he had with Riverside Mayor Johnie Doan Friday night.

Schock says Doan and made the threats because he was upset over the handling of a city business matter. Schock says he and his wife felt they were in danger.

According to Montgomery County Jail records, Doan was booked at about 1 a.m. Sunday and released on bond. Doan has not been formally charged.

Schock and Doan were successful running mates in the last election.

Riverside is four miles east of Dayton.