Broussard man accused of activating stun gun in theater Broussard man accused of activating stun gun in theater Hunter Branam | Advocate staff report April 14, 2014 Comments LAFAYETTE — A 19-year-old Broussard man was booked on a terrorizing count for alleged pulling out a stun-gun during Saturday afternoon movie at the Grand 14 - Ambassador theater on Kaliste Saloom Road, according to police. Police also alleged that Hunter Gordon Branam of Broussard left the theater saying he was going to get gun, prompting several movie goers to fee the theater, according to an affidavit filed by inevstigators in the case. The disturbance began aftter another movie goer asked a woman with Branam to stop texting, police said. The affidavit stated that Branam had allegeldy pulled out the stun gun and turned it on so that the device lighted up and made a clicking sound. Lafayette Police spokesman Cpl. Paul Mouton said the stun gun was located in a bathroom at the theater, but no firearm was found. Branam was released Sunday on a $5,000 bond.