Video: Colo. Knife Standoff Ends Peacefully
April 15, 2013
VIDEO: Standoff with Knife-Wielding Man
A burglary suspect surrendered peacefully Saturday, after a standoff with Denver Police officers in which the man held a knife to his own neck.
Officers had chased the suspect across the grounds of the Governor's Mansion, after a woman came home and found a man inside her garage. The man threatened the woman and fled as officers arrived, reports the Denver Post.
The man then broke into law office and caused a standoff with police when he held a knife to his throat and threatened to harm himself. He eventually surrendered peacefully.
KUSA posted live video of the incident.
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RICHARD ISAACS @ 4/15/2013 7:04 PM
AM I BEING INSENSETIVE BY SUGGESTING THAT THE PRECINCT TAKE A LONG LUNCH BREAK BEFORE RETURNING TO DEAL WITH THIS MORON.
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