SPRING VALLEY, California. The domestic violence suspect fell into his apartment near Bancroft Park early Tuesday when lawmakers arrived in response to the attack, which led to a situation that lasted nearly six hours and ended with his arrest.
According to sheriff officials, the alleged household battery was reported at 5,200 a.m. on Kenwood Drive, Kenwood Drive, at 5 p.m. Immediately after 30.
When patrol crew arrived at the suspect’s residence, tried to contact him, he allegedly retreated to the rental point, refused orders to hand him over, and stated that he had a weapon, said Lieutenant Mike Ahrens.
The deputies evacuated the nearby apartments, while the attempts to hand over the suspect peacefully began. The sheriff’s SWAT team was called at 9 a.m., the lieutenant said.
The deadlock continued until 11 in the morning. 30 immediately before, when the special weapons and tactics personnel were forced to enter the apartment, the suspect was brought. The name of the detainee was not immediately known.
According to Ahrens, it is unclear whether the victim of the alleged attack suffered the degree of injury, which is presumably the suspect’s wife or girlfriend.
– City News service