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 walked into 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, police said. Officers had to use a stun gun and were able to take him into custody.
Police said there were a couple of people in the lobby at the time of the incident but they manage to get outside. No injuries were reported.
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 when he would appear in court.