NH Man Yells 'Suicide By Police' As He Jumps Out Of Car On I-89
LEBANON — Authorities in New Hampshire responded to a call that a man jumped out of a vehicle on Interstate 89.
According to police, Ryan Darrell, 30 of Grafton threatened 'suicide by police' when he jumped out of a car on I-89 near exit 17.
The incident took place around 3:30 on Saturday morning in Lebanon.
After investigating, officers found that Darrell had punched the windshield of his mother's car before exiting the vehicle.
Officers also believed that Darrell was armed with a knife, so they proceeded with caution.
Police located Darrell walking on Bank Street, and continued their pursuit.
After several commands by authorities to show his hands, Darrell refused to comply.
A brief standoff with police ensued, and Darrell was taken into custody.
Darrell faces resisting arrest or detention and domestic related criminal mischief charges, both misdemeanor offenses. He was transported to the Grafton County House of Correction pending arraignment on Monday, May 14.