Maple Grove standoff ends with 1 in custody

Man arrested following overnight standoff

Maple Grove police say a man is in custody on domestic assault-related charges in connection to the standoff.

UPDATE 5/18/23 – Police say a man is in custody following an hours-long standoff in Maple Grove Wednesday night.

According to Maple Grove police, the 59-year-old man surrendered after several hours of negotiations around 11:40 p.m. Wednesday.

Officials say he is being held on domestic assault and second-degree assault charges.

The standoff happened in the area of Yorktown Lane and 102nd Avenue around 8:30 p.m.

No shots were fired, and no injuries due to the standoff have been reported.

INITIAL REPORT 5/17/23 – A man has barricaded himself with a firearm at the 10200 block of Yorktown Ln., according to the Maple Grove Police Department.

Police are urging residents on Yorktown Ln. north of 102nd Ave. and south of 104th Pl. to shelter in place and stay away from windows and walls.

There have been no shots fired, according to authorities.

The Maple Grove Police Department stated this is an active situation and more information will be provided at a later time.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.