Bellevue police on Wednesday were looking for a man who walked out of a hospital the day after he was arrested for refusing to drop a running chainsaw.
Michael Nordmeyer, 24, left Creighton University Medical Center about 7:35 a.m., police said.
A police hold that had been placed on him had been lifted. However, Nordmeyer had not been cleared medically for release.
Bellevue police shot Nordmeyer with a stun gun Tuesday after he refused to put down a chainsaw during a fight with his girlfriend.
The incident occurred in a house in the 7000 block of South 28th Street.
Nordmeyer had several self-inflicted injuries from the chainsaw.
Police said they planned to issue a warrant for Nordmeyer’s arrest, charging him with assault, domestic assault and interference with public service.