According to a criminal complaint, Sandoval became argumentative when Hernandez explained he had to vacate the area. When Sandoval refused to leave, Hernandez began writing a citation for criminal trespassing, KRQE reported.
When Sandoval refused to sign the citation, Hernandez said that would lead to his arrest, according to the criminal complaint. That is when Sandoval revealed he had a large wooden rolling pin, KRQE reported.
According to the complaint, Sgt. P. Silva, who had arrived on the scene as a backup, said Sandoval raised the rolling pin "in a manner that led him to believe" he was going to be struck. That is when Silva used a stun gun to subdue Sandoval, KRQE reported.
Sandoval was then arrested, the television station reported.