APD: Man Involved in SWAT Incident Found Home with Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound

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UPDATE 1:01 p.m.:

Police say the man involved in a SWAT incident is found in the home with a self-inflicted gunshot wound. 

APD SWAT and Negotiators responded to the 4200 block of Andrews Street on shots fired incident.

Officials say the APD Bomb Team Robot was utilized to make contact with a 56-year-old man who was believed to be the suspect in an aggravated assault from Monday morning.

We’re told the officers were able to break a window in the front of the home to see if they could make contact with the man.

Officers say they could see the man in a front room of the home with what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

The APD Special Crimes Unit is investigating this incident.

Western Street has been reopened. 


Police responded to a report that a man had shot at a woman, then police say someone shot at them.

They were called to the 6100 block of SW 45th about 9 a.m. Monday. A woman said her ex-boyfriend shot at her through a car door. The woman wasn’t injured.

Police say they went to a house on the 4200 block of Andrews Street to find the man. When officers knocked on the door, they say someone from inside the house shot at least one shot at them. They weren’t injured.

Police SWAT and negotiators are at the scene.

Western is blocked going both ways from Olsen to 34th.

Police are working to evacuate nearby homes.

You’re asked to avoid the area.

We’ll update you as more information comes in.

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