Bank robbery suspect in standoff with Arapahoe Sheriff, Greenwood Village Police
(Greenwood Village, Colo.) The Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office and the Greenwood Village Police Department reported a standoff near South Clinton Street and East Costilla Avenue at about 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 1.
Man Arrested After Standoff With Police
Santa Monica, CA: On Thursday, April 8th approximately at 8:00 in the evening, multiple 911 callers reported hearing one single shot fired in the area of 12th st and Michigan Ave. upon the arrival of first responding police units, they began to investigate the area for the gunshot, the officers discovered that a male subject walked out of their apartment building and shot one gunshot into a neighboring apartment building before returning to their apartment and barricading inside with the gun and their dog. The Santa Monica Police Department located the subject’s residence after talking to several witnesses and attempted to get the subject out on their own, when the subject refused to come out, a swat call was initiated and the crisis negotiation team was called out to convince the subject to come out of the residence. At one point officers at the scene did indicate over the radio that a shot was fired, this is unconfirmed and there was no sound of a gunshot being fired near the residency. At 9:40 the suspect surrendered to officers, when being searched by officers the subject started to resist the officer that was searching him, when the subject was being placed into the back of a police vehicle, they also resisted prompting more officers to have to be on the subject. The subject was also heard screaming “boomba“ multiple times while being placed into the back of a patrol car, prompting officers to send in a bomb sniffing K-9 into the residency as a precaution while they cleared the residency.
Standoff With Barricaded Subject Ends Peacefully
Santa Monica, CA: On Saturday, March 12th around 4 in the morning, 911 callers reported hearing screaming in a nearby residence prompting an "Unkown Trouble" call for the Santa Monica Police Department. Upon the arrival of the first responding officers, they wanted to separate those involved by bringing them outside but one person inside refused to, prompting a barricaded situation. The officers requested for the Swat team to be called out as the standoff with the individual prolonged. A negotiation team was also called out to get the subject out of the residence peacefully. According to officers and a spokesperson for the department, they believed that the individual was not armed. The standoff with the police department lasted for about 4 hours before the subject came out of the residence peacefully and was detained for a short time before being released at the scene. No arrests had been made in connection with the standoff or the original call itself.