Police: Nashua man fired gun, threatened suicide as officers tried to serve restraining order
NASHUA - A man is facing a slew of charges after police said he fired a gun several times inside a home and threatened suicide while police officers tried to issue a restraining order.
Officers attempted to serve a restraining order at the home of David Ouellette, 41 of Nashua. However, while they were doing so, police said Outllette was threatening suicide with a gun and that he had destroyed property in his home.
Officers were outside and continued to hear multiple gunshots inside the home.
Ouellette later left his home and surrendered to the officers on scene.
Police said Ouellette assaulted his girlfriend on Sunday after the woman told them Ouellette strangled and pushed her.
Ouellette was charged with five counts of reckless conduct, second degree assault, domestic violence, criminal mischief, four counts of simple assault, and four counts of domestic violence.
Ouellette was held on $50,000 cash only bail pending his arraignment on Tuesday.