COEUR d'ALENE, Idaho -- Police say they used a stun gun on a 40-year-old Rathdrum man suspected of hit-and-run when the man reached into a pocket where a knife was concealed.
Rathdrum police say they arrested Michael O'Kelly after receiving a hit-and-run complaint Sunday night.
The Coeur d'Alene Press reports the owners of the damaged vehicle called in O'Kelly's license plate information.
Officers went to O'Kelly's home, where he fled until he lost control and drove into a yard.
A police statement says O'Kelly disregarded the officer's commands and put his hand into his pants pocket, where a 5-inch knife was found.
The officer used the stun gun and wrestled O'Kelly to the ground.
O'Kelly was booked on numerous charges, including resisting an officer, DUI and carrying a weapon while intoxicated.