A man was arrested at Bradley Airport when he tried to get through security without an ID or a ticket late Wednesday afternoon, according to state police.
Deshommes Flynn, 20, of Mesa, Arizona, walked past several Transportation Security Administration officers and was approaching the full-body scanner with no intention of stopping just after 4 p.m., according to information provided by state police.
Authorities shot Flynn with a stun gun, took him into custody and an ambulance transported him to Hartford Hospital.
Flynn was charged with second-degree breach of peace, interference with an officer and tampering with an airport.
The attempted breach happened on the same day a hearing on a high-profile stowaway case was held in California.
Flynn was released on a $10,000 bond and is due in court in Enfield today.
No phone number is listed for Flynn and it is not clear if he has an attorney.