NH man seeks leniency after threatening cop
Man accused of threatening to kill a police officer said in court that he was drunk at the time, and that he really is 'not a troublemaker'
By Clynton Namuo
The Manchester Union Leader
DOVER, N.H — A man accused of threatening to kill a police officer and then himself while wielding a knife at the Rollinsford police station late Sunday night told a judge Tuesday he was heavily intoxicated during the incident.
"I was drunk beyond belief and nothing like that has ever happened before. I'm not a trouble maker," Christopher Isaacson, of Farmington, said during his arraignment in Dover District Court on felony charges of criminal threatening and reckless conduct.
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