Man Accused of Stun Gun Threat at Super Cuts

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    Glastonbury Police
    A 46-year-old Wethersfield man is accused of threatening and attempting to assault his girlfriend with a stun gun at Super Cuts in Glastonbury.

    A 46-year-old Wethersfield man is accused of threatening and attempting to assault his girlfriend with a stun gun at Super Cuts in Glastonbury.

    Police responded to a disturbance at Fox Run Mall just after 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday and determined that Salvatore P. Amatore, 46, of S. Pembroke Street in Wethersfield, was responsible, police said.

    Police said Amatore went to the shop because he thought a contractor working there was flirting with his girlfriend, police said.

    Armatore ran from the scene and officers apprehended him at his house, police said.

    He was charged with second-degree breach of peace, second-degree threatening, criminal possession electronic defense weapon and second-degree criminal attempted assault, police said.

    Bond was set at $50,000 and Amatore is due in court on Feb. 5.

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