Standoff comes to peaceful end


Submitted photo Local police responded to a welfare check call that resulted in a standoff Thursday, which ended in peace.

Submitted photo Local police responded to a welfare check call that resulted in a standoff Thursday, which ended in peace.


Herald News Report

FAIRBORN – A three hour standoff in Fairborn came to a peaceful end Thursday after police on Warwick Place said the man holed up in a house is now in custody.

Police were called to the home just before noon Thursday to make a welfare check on the person living there.

Officers say the man showed a weapon when they tried to talk to him.

The Regional Response Team, which includes officers from Fairborn, Beavercreek, Huber Heights and Vandlalia, brought the incident to a close around 3 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 8.

Submitted photo Local police responded to a welfare check call that resulted in a standoff Thursday, which ended in peace.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2015/10/web1_fairborn-standoff.jpgSubmitted photo Local police responded to a welfare check call that resulted in a standoff Thursday, which ended in peace.

Story courtesy of our partners at WDTN.

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