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Dayton Man in Jail after 5 Hour Standoff
DAYTON -- A standoff in Dayton ends peacefully after a man hides out in his garage for more than five hours.
It all began around 2 p.m. Sunday at 419 Pritz.
Jerome Faflik, 47, was booked into the Montgomery County Jail on Sunday night after police say he was involved in a domestic dispute.
Dayton Police Major Brian Johns says the man fired a gun toward another man and his mother inside the home.
The two victims were able to get outside the house and call 911 for help.
Nearly two dozen police cars and the SWAT team arrived to try to get the man out.
Negotiators worked for hours to get Faflik to come out, including employing a bull horn.
Johns says they finally got to him after they heard him talking to himself in the garage.
That's when he walked out peacefully.
"It was very hot in the garage so I imagine after several hours he had enough," Johns said.
Faflik faces several charges, including domestic violence, aggravated menacing and inducing panic.
He was taken to Miami Valley Hospital, where he had a mental evaluation before he was booked into jail.
UPDATE: The standoff on Pritz Avenue is over. The suspect was taken to a police cruiser in handcuffs just after 7:00 pm.
Dayton Police tell us the unidentified man who lives inside the home will be taken to Miami Valley Hospital where they can do a mental health evaluation.
Police Major Brian Johns tells us that the man was found hiding inside a side garage after nearly five hours of a standoff.
Johns says the man was intoxicated this afternoon when he got into a domestic dispute with another person inside the home.
That's when police say a shot was fired inside the home.
An elder woman and another man escaped unharmed.
DAYTON -- SWAT is on scene of a standoff on the east side side of Dayton.
Nearly two dozen cops and SWAT have been outside 419 Pritz Avenue off Xenia Avenue for four hours
Police have been telling a man to come out with his hands up.
It's unclear what exactly led to this standoff but a neighbor tells us he woke up to police talking to a man.
"All a sudden I hear '419 come out with your hands out. We aren't going anywhere.' It scared me because I figure guns are drawn, fires gonna start off. It was crazy," Thomas Grison said. "It was nuts."
Miami Valley Crime StoppersIf you have information about a crime that has occurred, call Miami Valley Crime Stoppers at 937-222-7867 (STOP) 800-637-5735, 24 hours a day. Callers can remain anonymous.
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