Hours-long standoff in Holts Summit ends
HOLTS SUMMIT, Mo. (KMIZ)
Callaway County Sheriff said there is no longer a threat to the community after an hours-long standoff Sunday morning in Holts Summit.
Sunday morning around 5:30, Holts Summit Police Department responded to a disturbance with a gun in the 200 block of Spalding Road. Police determined shots were fired and a victim from the house was taken to a safe location.
Holts Summit PD requested help from Callaway County Sheriff's Office Special Response Team, Fulton Police Department Special Response Unit and Cole County Sheriff's Department SWAT team when the suspect refused to leave the house.
After several hours and the use of non-deadly resources, Callaway Sheriff said the suspect left the house and was arrested around 12:46 p.m. Sunday.
The suspect remains in custody. The investigation is ongoing and more information is expected to be released Monday.