CLEVELAND - Cleveland police were involved in a standoff with a man barricaded inside a home on Addison Road early Friday morning.
Police said the man had taped lighter fuel on a gas meter and said he was going to burn down the home earlier this week.
Friday morning a neighbor called police telling them that the man was seen walking into the home with what the caller said was lighter fluid. Police responded and the man barricaded himself inside the home.
Around 2:30 a.m. members of the Cleveland SWAT team used a tactical vehicle to drop tear gas inside the home. The man came to the door just before 3 a.m. where officers were able to pull him outside and arrest him just after 1 a.m.
While negotiating with the suspect, just a few blocks from where officers and our camera were, 15 to 20 shots rang out. Police officers protecting the perimeter of the standoff responded on foot toward the shots with guns drawn as other officers surrounded the area in police cars.
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Police said that they stopped a car full of people but were unsure if they were the shooters.
Police never found any victims. No information about the suspect arrested in the standoff has been released.
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