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South Hampton man faces nine charges following standoff
State police Major Chris Aucoin speaks during Wednesday's press conference regarding the arrest of Anthony Reardon, 44, of South Hampton. (JAMES A. KIMBLE/Union Leader Correspondent)
Police responded to Reardon’s home at 81 Highland Ave. in South Hampton around 4:14 p.m. for a report of a suicidal man known to have firearms and run-ins with local police, according to court records. State Trooper Stephen McAulay and Sgt. Steven Cooper were among the first to respond, along with Kensington police Sgt. Scott Sanders.
“We were initially there to help him. That changed because of his actions,” State Police Maj. Chris Aucoin said at a news conference Wednesday outside the Kensington police station.
That prompted the police officers to find cover. The officers lost sight of Reardon, who re-emerged moments later wearing a camouflage vest and helmet, Aucoin said.
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