A man who was shot by state troopers this week in Burlington has officially been arrested.
State police said 49-year-old Maciej Konferowicz refused to drop a weapon when ordered to on Tuesday.
They responded to a home on Angela's Way around 1:30 p.m. that day.
The report was for a "suspicious incident/person threatening to harm himself."
Troopers said that when the arrived, they found Konferowicz with a gun and that he would not drop it.
One trooper fired a shot and struck him.
As a result, two troopers were placed on administrative duty pending an investigation.
As of Thursday, Konferowicz was charged with interfering with an officer.
He posted a $50,000 bond.
He was also scheduled to face a judge in New Britain Superior Court on Jan. 17.
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