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Suspect arrested after hours-long standoff with law enforcement in Seaside

Police arrested the gunman who had entrenched himself on the balcony of his apartment on St. Paul Avenue in Seaside. According to police, the man fired at least two shots at Monterey County Sheriff’s officers who were there to give him a notice of eviction around 9:30 a.m. Deputies were not injured, police said. The man, who was not identified by investigators, entrenched himself on the balcony for nearly five hours and refused to go down. Crisis negotiators were called to speak with the man. The man surrendered peacefully around 1:45 p.m., according to the KSBW 8 crew at the scene. The confrontation caused a shelter in an area that stretched between La Salle Avenue and Echo Avenue and Fremont Blvd. and Good Night St. The area includes a mix of commercial and residential neighborhoods. Several law enforcement officers came to the scene.

Police arrested the gunman who had entrenched himself on the balcony of his apartment on St. Paul’s Avenue in Seaside.

According to police, the man fired at least two shots at Monterey County Sheriff’s officers who were there to give him a notice of eviction around 9:30 a.m.

Deputies were not injured, police said.

The man, who was not identified by investigators, entrenched himself on the balcony for nearly five hours and refused to go down.

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Crisis negotiators were called to speak with the man. The man surrendered peacefully around 1:45 p.m., according to the KSBW 8 crew at the scene.

The confrontation sparked a shelter order for an area that stretched between La Salle Avenue and Echo Avenue and Fremont Blvd. and Good Night St. The area includes a mix of commercial and residential neighborhoods.

Several law enforcement officers came to the scene.

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