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SEYMOUR -- The town man accused of barricading himself in his condo earlier this week, threatening to shoot police, turned himself in at police headquarters Thursday.
Christopher Nevers , 32, of 50 Balance Rock Road, was charged with two counts threatening, one count interfering with police and one count of breach of peace. His case was continued until Oct. Nevers is accused of engaging Seymour police in a brief stand-off Tuesday, and was ultimately taken down by a police Taser and the department's police dog, Raider, after he became combative with officers, police said.
Nevers' family called police after they became concerned over some text messages Nevers sent; he was apparently distraught over problems with his girlfriend, police said. Police said the messages indicated that Nevers was going to kill himself and his girlfriend. Nevers was transported via police escort to Griffin Hospital in Derby for evaluation Tuesday.
However, police learned he later left the hospital's psychiatric ward, against medical advice, which is not a crime, the following day. Derby police were called to find Nevers, who was found in nearby Ansonia on Pine Street, and transported him back to Griffin. Seymour police Sgt.
Richard Gittings said Nevers was released from the hospital at some point Wednesday. Gittings said police secured a warrant for Nevers' arrest, based on him threatening to kill the dozen or so police officers who responded to Balance Rock Condominiums Tuesday to diffuse the situation. Police knocked on Nevers' door several times, but he refused to answer. Nevers also claimed he was armed, but police later learned he had concealed an item, possibly an umbrella, with a towel, to resemble a weapon, police said.