A New Hampshire man accused of threatening to shoot police and fleeing from them after a domestic dispute in Franklin is being held on $251,000 bail.
Police found 33-year-old Ryan Brouillard at a home in Concord on Saturday and arrested him, a few days after the Franklin disturbance.
Franklin police had launched a manhunt, saying Brouillard had run off while firing a gun after officers responded to a domestic disturbance call.
Brouillard was arraigned Tuesday on charges of criminal threatening, reckless conduct, and others. He did not have an attorney at the hearing. He's scheduled for a probable cause hearing on Feb. 9.