Standoff Ensues as Fugitive Barricades Himself in Sandy, Utah

A standoff unfolded in Sandy, Utah on Thursday night when the U.S. Marshals Violent Fugitive Strike Team attempted to apprehend a wanted fugitive. Upon spotting the team, the fugitive swiftly retreated back inside and barricaded himself, according to authorities. The incident took place near the intersection of 1800 East and 10000 South, with Sandy City providing assistance in containing the area. Their task force has been deployed to aid in communication efforts.

As a result of the ongoing standoff, Kensborough Road has been temporarily closed, prompting authorities to urge the public to avoid the vicinity. The Sandy Police Department, in collaboration with other law enforcement agencies, is diligently working to resolve the situation safely.

Author: CrimeDoor

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  1. Marshals Service attempted to apprehend a fugitive wanted for multiple felonies. The incident began when the marshals received a tip about the fugitive’s whereabouts and went to his residence to make the arrest.

    Upon arrival, the marshals found the fugitive barricaded inside the house and refusing to surrender. They quickly established a perimeter and called for backup from local law enforcement agencies. Negotiators were also brought in to try and communicate with the fugitive and convince him to surrender peacefully.

    The standoff

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