When officers stopped Murray they found that he was under the influence
of alcohol. When he was placed into custody the stun gun was found in
his back pocket, police said.
Authorities said that when officers attempted to place Murray in the
police vehicle, he used his body and legs to push away from the car and
it required several officers to place him in it.
No injuries were reported, police said.
Murray was charged with
fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon, driving while
intoxicated, obstructing governmental administration, moving from lanes
unsafely and operating a motor vehicle without insurance.