Dec 3, 2015 9:17 AM

UPDATE: Police: No gun found in home of Hampton Falls standoff

The Associated Press

SEABROOK — Police testimony revealed that no firearms were found in the home where a Hampton Falls man told officers he was "going to get a gun" during a four-hour standoff.

The Portsmouth Herald reports the testimony was given Wednesday during the arraignment of 37-year-old Mark Tracy in Seabrook District Court on charges of criminal threatening and breach of bail.

State Police Lt. Chris Vetter says Tracy was out on bail from a domestic violence case when officers were dispatched to the home he shares with his parents Tuesday.

Investigating a possible overdose, officers entered the home without a search warrant and found Tracy — who they say was uncooperative and threatening.

Attorney Sven Wiberg says Tracy shouldn't have been arrested because he was on six different medications at the time.

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