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Suspect Arrested in Death of Deputy Found in Burning Home

A man arrested Monday after an hours-long standoff in Smyrna, TN, was wanted in connection with the death of a Robertson County Sheriff's Office deputy.

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2 Utah Officers Wounded, One Critically, in 7/11 Parking Lot Shootout

Chemical irritant used to encourage the man to exit the car. When he did, he opened fire on police, striking two officers, police say. Police returned fire and fatally wounded the suspect.

GA Standoff Ends with Explosion and Fire

Around 7:30 a.m. Wednesday morning, a fire started from the garage of the home. Reporters on the scene saw heavy smoke in the sky and heard multiple rounds of gunfire. Police say Jessee had an arsenal stored in the garage, including Tannerite explosives.

2 Boston Officers Wounded, Suspect Killed in Standoff

Since about 9 a.m. Tuesday, Boston police and SWAT teams were on Ferndale Street negotiating with a barricaded person who was believed to be armed.

MA Officer Shot 4 Times, Suspect and Another Man Dead

The suspect barricaded himself inside the home for several hours. A SWAT Team was called in and police negotiated with him. He eventually came outside around 9:30 p.m. and then shot himself.

TX Officer Shot in Head During Standoff That Killed SWAT Commander Leaves Rehab

Omar Soto-Chavira, 22, allegedly fired multiple times at officers during the July 15 standoff, killing Lubbock County sheriff's Sgt. Josh Bartlett and wounding Sgt. Shawn Wilson.

CA Deputy Killed at Domestic Violence Standoff

In an emotional press conference on Monday morning, Sheriff Donny Youngblood teared up as he identified the deputy killed as 35-year-old Phillip Campas. "When you talk about police officers that run towards gunfire, that's him," said the sheriff.

TX SWAT Commander Killed, 4 Officers Wounded at Standoff

Sgt. Josh Bartlett of the Lubbock County Sheriff's Office was taken to Covenant Health Levelland hospital and died of his wounds, according to a sheriff's office statement. Bartlett was the commander of the sheriff's tactical unit.

MA Officers Used LRAD to End Standoff with Rise of Moors

SWAT teams used a Long Range Acoustic Device (LRAD) to disable the defendants to end the July 3 Wakefield standoff.

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Armed "Sovereign" Group Surrenders to Massachusetts Police After Highway Standoff Over Firearms Registration

The occupants of the vehicle were dressed in military-style tactical gear. Some had rifles, others pistols, according to reports. Additional police were called in to assist the first officer when his requests for documentation were not met, including weapon registrations.

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