HAVERHILL, N.H. (AP) – A judge has ordered Gregory Floyd, the Easton man who killed a police officer’s killer in northern New Hampshire, to turn in all firearms, dangerous weapons, destructive devices and ammunition.

Floyd was released from jail as he awaits trial for a courthouse outburst, but Assistant Grafton County Attorney James Vara asked the court Thursday to impose conditions on Floyd’s release.

Grafton County Superior Judge Timothy Vaughn rejected Vara’s request to set bail at $20,000 cash instead of $80,000 personal recognizance. But Vaughn agreed that Floyd should make arrangements for the sheriff to take custody of any weapons until criminal cases against him are resolved. Floyd has 48 hours to comply.

“We’re working with his attorney to make arrangements to pick up any firearms,” Grafton County Sheriff Douglas Dutile said Friday. “We don’t anticipate any problems.”

Floyd is accused of threatening and punching officers and resisting arrest after being convicted in April of threatening to shoot a neighbor. He was held in jail for two months before being released on bail.

Floyd captured the national spotlight in May 2007 after shooting and killing Liko Kenney, the man who killed Franconia Police Cpl. Bruce McKay.

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