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Man Barricaded In Car in Point Loma Surrenders after 5 Hours

An armed man who had barricaded himself in his vehicle in Point Loma for more than five hours surrendered, according to police.The San Diego Police Department (SDPD) said that the man had been refusing to get out of his car on the 4400 block of Mentone Street since around 5:30 p.m.  Movement Here to Stay: Local Activists Praise US Gymnasts The man was believed to be armed, possibly with a knife, SDPD said.SDPD officers were talking with the man by phone. Feinstein Asks Government To Clean Sewage Along Border Beach The suspect surrendered at around 10:50 p.m. when he stepped out of his car. Police then shot him with non-lethal ammunition, according to SDPD.”It’s a quiet neighborhood,” nearby resident Derrik Staples said. “You don’t really see stuff like this happening in this area and it’s a little concerning. You don’t want this kind of stuff coming to your area where you live.” DA to Review 250 Convictions Over Discredited DNA Method Mentone Street was blocked to vehicle and pedestrian traffic while the incident was happening. Nearby residents were asked to stay inside their home while SDPD negotiated with the suspect.No other information was available.Photo Credit: NBC 7
Source: NBC San Diego

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