Sandra Brown, 40, of Southport, North Carolina, faces charges of menacing an officer, criminal possession of stolen property, obstruction of government administration, menacing and conspiracy.

The female passenger involved in the manhunt for David Clyde Morgan, who pointed a gun at an officer in Geneseo on Wednesday, was arraigned Thursday evening.

Sandra Brown, 40, of Southport, North Carolina, faces charges of menacing an officer, criminal possession of stolen property, obstruction of government administration, menacing and conspiracy.

She is being held on $50,000 cash or $100,000 bond.

She entered a not guilty plea.

The search in Livingston County continues for Morgan who is considered armed and dangerous.

Sheriff Dougherty says Morgan is a career criminal. Morgan spent approximately 211 months in federal prison and was released in March of 2017 for conspiracy to posses with intent to distribute controlled substance. Prior to those charges Morgan was arrested for robbery in Texas in 1994 where he was sentenced to two years in prison.

The sheriff says Morgan took off because he thought there was a warrant out for his arrest.

Sheriff Dougherty says residents in the area should keep their eyes open and doors locked, but also know that they are safe with the amount of law enforcement in the area.

"I wouldn't, not live life," Sheriff Dougherty says. "If you have things [to do], I would go do it."

Morgan is 5'7" and 200 lbs and was last seen wearing a grey hoodie, grey baseball cap, and blue jeans. Morgan is now clean-shaven.

If you have any information on Morgan's whereabouts, you are asked to call 911.