The Brentwood Police Department peacefully talked down a subject who barricaded himself in a home Thursday afternoon on Apricot Way after a three-hour standoff.
The incident began around 2:00 pm according to Brentwood Police Lieutenant Doug Silva where he was called to the home for a domestic case helping a victim get her daughter. Lt. Silva saw the subject in the backyard who fled into the home.
According to Lt. Silva, there was no hostages and the two people inside were in there willingly. No one was hurt.
No further details were provided and will be released in a Press Release.
Information Provided by Radio Traffic.
- 3:30 pm: We began monitoring the incident via radio traffic where a subject barricaded himself inside and police were mobilizing to ensure safety of the neighborhood.
- 4:30 pm: Brentwood Police moved the police perimeter further away from the home as a precaution
- 4:45 pm: the police department lost contact with the subject on the phone who made his way to the front of the home with his hands up. The second person in the home was a hostage who the subjectlet go minutes before exiting himself.
- 5:13: Brentwood Police made their way into the home to begin searching.
- 5:26: Brentwood Police cancelled the Code 33 and began clearing units.
Editors Note: Details subject to change upon Press Release. Kudos to the Brentwood Police Department who did a stellar job today in ensuring neighborhood safety during the three-hour incident.
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