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California police have arrested an armed suspect after he barricaded himself and two hostages inside a Los Angeles hotel room, leading to an hours-long standoff on Monday.
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department says officers responded to a call involving assault with a deadly weapon late Sunday night. The suspect then barricaded himself inside his room at the Travel Lodge Motel, taking two adult female hostages, according to police.
The article goes on to state the following:
Police remained at the scene for hours to negotiate with the suspect. He eventually surrendered to police at 7:40 a.m. local time, and there were no reported injuries, according to Fox 11.
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Special Enforcement Bureau tweeted Monday, “UPDATE: Hostage incident in the city of Commerce has concluded. All Hostages safe. Armed suspect in custody. Gage Ave reopened. Neighborhood safe.”
UPDATE: Hostage incident in the city of Commerce has concluded. All Hostages safe. Armed suspect in custody. Gage Ave reopened. Neighborhood safe. pic.twitter.com/iWEEbj2GQP
— SEB (@SEBLASD) June 20, 2022
“#LASD SEB SWAT canine operation in support of LASD Century Station for an armed suspect with canine “Jack” has concluded. Suspect in custody. Lucien St. reopened. Neighborhood safe.”
#LASD SEB SWAT canine operation in support of LASD Century Station for an armed suspect with canine “Jack” has concluded. Suspect in custody. Lucien St. reopened. Neighborhood safe. pic.twitter.com/u0KUq9Poes
— SEB (@SEBLASD) June 19, 2022
UPDATE: Allegedly armed suspect taken into custody after hours-long barricade at Commerce hotel, authorities say https://t.co/ktEjAh86o3
— ABC7 Eyewitness News (@ABC7) June 20, 2022
Armed suspect surrenders to police after barricading himself in LA hotel room, taking hostageshttps://t.co/l8E2XwzMjk
— Jim (@DAYUNITEDSTATES) June 20, 2022
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