Two people were arrested Thursday after a man was pulled out a gun at a New Haven pizza shop last month.
Hamden police said on May 26 a fight broke out between two women at Slyce Pizza on Arch Street.
They said Daryl Belton, 44, of Hamden, was at the restaurant and threatened on the women, his ex-girlfriend, with a gun before he left the restaurant.
New Haven police were called to the restaurant and learned there Belton had violated a protective order.
A warrant was put out for his arrest.
Early Thursday morning, Hamden police located Belton on Dix Street.
Belton was found with Roger Sullivan, 39, of Hamden and was taken into custody. A search of Belton's car found he had a charged stun gun.
Sullivan began to run from police and dropped a 1 gram bag of cocaine.
Hamden police arrested Sullivan and found he was already wanted on five warrants.
Belton was charged with violation of a protective order and weapons in a motor vehicle.
Sullivan was charged with three counts of failure to appear in court in the 2nd degree, two counts of failure to appear in the 1st degree and possession of narcotics.
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