New Hampshire man accused of threatening to shoot neighbors if they didn't turn TV down

A New Hampshire man has been accused of threatening to shoot his neighbors if they didn't turn down their TV.

Police tell WMUR-TV ( that Adam Myjer, of Pelham, armed himself with a shotgun and tried to kick down his neighbors' door. Police say when the residents answered, he threatened to shoot someone in the face if the TV wasn't turned down.

Police sat a 1-year-old was in the neighbors' apartment.

Myjer was arraigned Monday on charges of reckless conduct and criminal threatening. His bail was set at $10,000 cash.

Prosecutors say Myjer doesn't have a criminal history, but they call the situation dangerous.

His case was assigned to the public defender's office. A message left for the office seeking comment from Myjer's public defender wasn't immediately returned.


Information from: WMUR-TV,