Police arrested two people after investigating reports of men with handguns behind the Miller Memorial Library/Hamden Senior Center around 4:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Police said they found 48-year-old Willard Ar-Rahmaan Jr., of Hamden, unresponsive on the ground when they arrived, so they called Hamden Fire Rescue to respond.
The investigation revealed that Ar-Rahmaan was wearing a tactical style vest and carrying what appeared to be a firearm while walking behind the senior center and witnesses’ told police he was in an “agitated state,” police said.
As Ar-Rahmaan was lying down near an employee’s motor vehicle, a friend approached him and removed the facsimile firearm, tactical vest and handcuffs from him, police said.
Officers arrested Ar-Rahmaan after he received medical treatment.
Kimberly Davis-Trapani, 26, of Woodbridge, who accompanied Ar-Rahmaan to the area, was also arrested.
Ar-Rahmaan was charged with illegal use of a facsimile firearm, weapons in a motor vehicle and second-degree breach of peace.
Davis-Trapani was charged with interfering with a police officer. Both are scheduled to appear in court in Meriden on Aug. 2.