Court documents state the father of a New Hampshire man arrested this week during a tense day-long standoff with police had warned authorities that his son was "talking crazy about government tyranny."
Twenty-seven-year-old Christopher Thomas waived his arraignment Tuesday on multiple felony charges. Thomas was arrested Monday following a 23-hour standoff against nearly 70 law enforcement officers in a wooded area of Rochester.
Police say Thomas used a rifle to shoot at a police helicopter and other officers during the standoff. No one was injured.
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Thomas's father also told police he saw his son, who is homeless, had a number of guns at his campsite during a Sunday visit and contacted police. Police say Thomas had a number of outstanding warrants.