HOOKSETT, N.H. (WHDH) - A New Hampshire man restrained his ex-girlfriend and threatened her multiple times with a handgun at his Hooksett home last week, police said.
Danny Bordeleau, 42, was ordered held without bail last Wednesday on charges including kidnapping, domestic violence and criminal threatening with a deadly weapon.
Bordeleau’s ex-girlfriend went to his home in Hooksett to give him a ride last Tuesday, when he restricted her from leaving while brandishing a handgun, police said.
Eventually she convinced him to take her out of restraints and they left the house together, police added.
Bordeleau allegedly exited his ex-girlfriend’s car on foot, allowing for the victim to flag down a state police trooper.
Police say they found Bordeleau walking on Londonderry Turnpike in the area of Auburn Road, where he was taken into custody.
A search of his home led to the reported discovery of a firearm and other evidence.
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