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UPDATE: Retired Police Officer's Boyfriend Involved In Standoff
BUTLER TWP. -- A retired Dayton police officer fired her gun twice inside her home after getting into a fight with her boyfriend. No one was injured.
The retired officer was identified as Julie Swisher.
David Davis was brought out of his home on Quinby Lane in Riverside in handcuffs.
Police said the 43-year-old got into a fight with his girlfriend, Julie Swisher, at her home in Butler Township, and they struggled over her gun.
Police said Swisher fired two shots in her home, missing Davis.
She told police she was able to escape to a neighbor's house, where she called 911.
Caller: "There were two shots fired. I fired one at the window to try to escape out the window, I tried to escape but he was trying to overpower me, he was trying to make me shoot him in the head! I'm a retired police officer. It was my police gun."
Butler Township Police Chief John Cresie said Swisher fired her weapon at her boyfriend in self-defense.
"She stated that she felt her life was in danger," Cresie said.
Officers swarmed her home on Reinwood, looking for Davis but he already left the scene and went back to his home in Riverside, where he was eventually arrested.
Suspecting that Davis was suicidal and had weapons, SWAT officers surrounded his apartment building and evacuated nearby families and businesses.
Police said Davis was already wanted in Warren County for violating a protection order from a previous relationship.
He is locked up in the Montgomery County Jail.
No other charges have been filed in the case.
RIVERSIDE -- The Montgomery County SWAT team has arrested a man at an apartment on Quinby Lane in Riverside. The SWAT team had surrounded the apartment earlier this morning, and evacuated people living nearby.
They had previously been at a home on Reinwood Drive in Butler Township, where shots were fired overnight. A woman called 911 and told dispatchers her and a man had been fighting over a gun when it went off. She thought she shot him in the leg. We've since learned the woman is a retired police officer.
The man arrested at the Quinby apartment had not been shot. We're working to get more details of how officers tracked him down and what kind of charges he's facing.
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