Drunken Man Threatens Coworkers With Gun: Cops

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    Hamden police arrested a man who they said threatened his coworkers with a gun after going out for drinks.

    Hamden police arrested a man who they said threatened his coworkers with a gun after going out for drinks.

    Someone placed an anonymous call to police around 3 a.m. on Sunday to report a fight in a parking lot on Town Walk Drive in which a man threatened to use a gun, according to police.

    Police responded to the parking lot of 12121 Town Walk and learned that the three people had gone drinking in Milford after work and one of the workers, Derek Carman, 22, of Hamden, became drunk and belligerent, police said.

    When the men returned to Hamden, Carman was still belligerent and showed a gun to his coworkers, police said.

    Carman was charged him with carrying a pistol without a permit, breach of peace in the second degree, carrying a pistol while under the influence of alcohol and threatening. 

    He was held on a $100,000 bond, and is scheduled to appear in Meriden Superior Court on August 14.       

    It is not clear from online court records if he has an attorney