ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A cell phone robbery ended with police zapping the accused thief twice with stun-gun darts.
Jonathan White, 22, allegedly stole someone's cell phone after showing the victim his gun hidden in his waistband.
It happened at around 10:30 a.m. Thursday near Second Street SW and Gold Avenue in downtown Albuquerque.
Police caught up with White after they spotted him trying to hide behind a car.
He then took of running and reached for his gun, according to police. That's when an officer hit him with the electric dart, but it didn't faze him.
So a second officer zapped him again, and he was arrested.
White has been arrested numerous times for ID theft.
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