LONGMONT, Colo. (AP) -- Boulder County sheriff's deputies used a stun gun on a Longmont man after he charged them with a broom when they went to his home to arrest his daughter on a traffic warrant.
John Sena is facing charges of menacing and second-degree assault on a peace officer after the incident on Saturday.
According to the Boulder Daily Camera, deputies were forced to retreat to the edge of the man's yard before they were able to arrest him. Deputies say the girl escaped while they battled with her father.
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