Police arrest NH man 2nd time for threatening to have a gun
LEBANON — Police arrested a motorcyclist Wednesday after he told fellow motorcyclists he had a gun.
Lebanon dispatch received a call from a man who said another man on a motorcycle had accused the caller of cutting him and another motorcycle off. While sitting at a traffic light the man allegedly told the caller that if he continued to drive like an idiot, he had a gun.
Police found a motorcyclist matching the description and identified him as Kevin Hardy, 29, of Lebanon.
Hardy did not have a gun in his possession and was arrested for criminal threatening. This is the second time Hardy has been arrested for criminal threatening, the first time being back on May 24, wherein he also alleged to have a gun before police found a replica semi-automatic handgun in his car.
Hardy was released on $2,500 bail and is scheduled to appear in the Lebanon District Court on July 24.