New Hampshire authorities say a man walked into a police department to report a stolen gun, then pulled out a gun and didn't surrender before officers used a stun gun on him.
Police said 30-year-old Khalid Dibi talked to the Manchester Police Department clerk at about 10:15 a.m. Monday. He pulled a gun out of a bag and pointed it outward, in no particular direction. Officers told him to surrender, but Dibi didn't comply. They used a stun gun and took him into custody.
Police said there were a couple of people in the lobby who left quickly. No one was hurt.
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Dibi was charged with criminal threatening, reckless conduct, receiving stolen property and preventative detention. It wasn't immediately known if he had a lawyer or a court appearance.