St. Paul police ‘tactically disengage’ from standoff, still investigating incident
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Police in St. Paul say they have "tactically disengaged" from a standoff after the person in crisis was no longer a threat to themselves or others.
The St. Paul Police Department said it is still investigating the incident.
Police in St. Paul are at a scene of a standoff where a man is reported to have a weapon inside of a residence
A police presence is active in the area of the 700 block of Jackson Street.
According to the St. Paul Police Police Department, the man is armed with a weapon and another person is inside of the building as well.
Police say an individual was able to leave the home. The person suffered injuries that are not considered life-threatening.
A SWAT negotiator is at the scene, according to the department.
.@sppdmn say SWAT and a negotiator are at a home on Jackson St (near Oakland Cemetery) connecting with an armed man who has someone else in the home.— Ben Henry (@BenryNews) May 17, 2021
A third person was hurt but is going to be ok and has left the scene.
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