Hudson, N.H. Man Held After Allegedly Firing Gun in Domestic Disturbance
HUDSON, N.H. -- A Hudson man is being held without bail after firing several rounds from a handgun during a domestic disturbance on Tate Street on Sunday afternoon, authorities say.
During an argument with family members, 57-year-old Serge Michaud fired a single round into the wall of 2 Tate St. around 3:30 p.m., according to a Hudson Police Department press release. The round exited the residence and penetrated the front of the house across the road at 1 Tate St.
Michaud is then accused of going to the rear of the 2 Tate St. residence and firing several more rounds toward the backyard, according to police.
After receiving reports of the disturbance, police entered the home, secured Michaud’s firearm and detained the 57-year-old. No injuries were reported.
Michaud was charged with three counts of felony domestic violence, six counts of felony reckless conduct and two counts of unauthorized discharge of a firearm.
Michaud is slated to appear in Nashua Superior Court for a bail hearing at 1 p.m. Monday.
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