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UPDATE: Standoff Suspect Charged with Inducing Panic, Domestic Violence
BEAVERCREEK -- The 29-year-old man who held police at bay during a six-hour standoff overnight has been identified as William F. Gregg of Beavercreek.
Beavercreek Police say they were called out to 3113 Village Court on a domestic disturbance call.
Gregg and his 29-year-old girlfriend had returned from a night out at a local race track, where Gregg had reportedly been drinking. An argument ensued and the woman claims Gregg hit and pushed her. She said Gregg left the house and she locked him out. He reportedly became upset, broke the glass in the front door and entered the house through the broken window. The woman says Gregg assaulted her. She reportedly ran to a neighbor's house and called police.
Police say they responded and tried to make contact with Gregg, who reportedly refused to answer the door.
Police say they believed Gregg might have had a firearm in the residence and the Regional Emergency Response Team was called.
After six hours, police say Gregg exited the house and was taken into custody without further incident.
Police searched the house but found no weapons.
The woman was not injured.
Gregg is facing domestic violence and inducing panic charges. He was taken to the Fairborn Jail, where he was being held on a $13,500 bond.
SWAT Standoff Ends in Beavercreek
BEAVERCREEK -- An early morning standoff has come to an end after police say a man refused to leave a home near the intersection of Meadowbridge Drive and Village Courts.
Beavercreek Police say the man, who has not yet been identified, is accused of assaulting his girlfriend during an argument after a trip to a race track. The girlfriend says she ran to a neighbor's house to call 911.
The standoff with a SWAT team lasted about five hours and ended just after 5:30 a.m.
Police say they first tried calling the man on his cell phone then used a bullhorn to communicate with him.
Eventually, he surrendered and told police he wasn't aware of the police presence.
"He was a little discombobulated, acted as if he was unaware of all the activity that was going on," Beavercreek Police Sgt. Shawn Sumner said.
The girlfriend is going to be OK and police are still searching the suspect's residence for weapons.
The man was transported to the Fairborn jail and he is likely facing domestic violence and other charges.
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