Police identify man involved in firearm incident at Miller Memorial Library & Senior Center

Hamden police cruisers (File).

HAMDEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Late afternoon Wednesday, Hamden Police responded to an incident in the parking lot of the Miller Memorial Library & Senior Center involving a man with reported firearms.

Police say Willard Ar-Rahmaan, 48, of Hamden, was walking behind the senior center located on Dixwell Avenue wearing a tactical style vest and carrying a BB gun. Officers say upon their arrival, Ar-Rahmaan was laying on the ground and unresponsive.

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A friend of Ar-Rahmaan approached him to remove the firearm.

Ar-Rahmaan was arrested and is facing charges of Illegal Use of a Facsimile Firearm, Weapons in a Motor Vehicle and Breach of Peace in the 2nd Degree.

He is scheduled to appear in court on Aug. 2nd.

26-year-old Kimberly Davis-Trapni of Woodbridge, who accompanied Ar-Rahmaan to the area, was also arrested for interfering with the investigation.

She will also appear in court on Aug. 2nd.