Kansas City Police Standoff RESOLVED

Deets on police answering the call to a dangerous situation this afternoon . . .

Operation 100/Stand-off on Ford Ave.

This afternoon about 2:30pm officers were initially called to a residence on Ford Ave on a disturbance involving a domestic violence assault. The victims (an adult male and female) contacted police outside the residence and advised they had gotten into a physical altercation inside the residence with another adult male. The female advised the male suspect assaulted her physically and threatened her with a gun.

Both victims exited the residence and called for police.

Officers attempted to make contact with the suspect inside and get him to come out and he refused. After many attempts to get him to come out officers deescalated and backed away and surrounded the house to prevent escape and to protect surrounding residents in the area.

Officers called for an Operation 100/police standoff to bring tactical officers and resources as well as negotiators to the scene to bring a peaceful resolution.

Efforts have been underway since then to get the suspect to come out and talk with officers so they can continue their investigation. At this time it is believed the suspect is the only person inside the house.


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KCPD in prolonged standoff with armed man at house along Ford Avenue

Police are currently in a standoff with an armed man inside a Kansas City, Missouri, home along Ford Ave.KCPD confirmed they had been in the standoff since 2:30 p.m., Sunday. Police say the scene remains active and is not considered safe. Police say the armed man is a person of interest in an aggravated assault.

Standoff ongoing near 89th, Ford in Kansas City, Missouri

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City, Missouri, police are engaged in a standoff near E 89th Street and Ford Avenue. Officers were called just after 2:30 p.m. Sunday to the area on reports of a domestic violence assault. An adult male and an adult female contacted police outside of the residence.

UPDATE . . .

About 7:30pm the subject exited the residence and was taken into custody without further incident.

Developing . . .