CLEVELAND - A standoff on Cleveland's west side ended overnight.
Cleveland Police responded to a call for shots fired on West 91st Street and Dennison shortly after 11 p.m. Thursday night.
When they arrived at the scene, they said the suspect went into his home.
SWAT and EMS were also called to the scene.
The standoff ended around 1:30 Friday morning. Police said the person they were looking for was not at the home.
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