Suspect Climbs on Apartment Roof Trying to Elude Police
Some suspects will go to great lengths, and even heights, to avoid apprehension.
Kennewick Fire Department has to use a hook and ladder to help the police
Around midnight Monday night, Kennewick Police were attempting to contact and apprehend a wanted suspect, as they had received a call that a Court Order Domestic Violence violation was in progress. Apparently, the male suspect had possibly violated a no-contact order, but specifics were not given by police.
Officers arrived at the location of the incident, an apartment complex in the South 600 block of Kent St.
The male suspect, whose name was not released, climbed to the top of the building and was on the roof.
Police get permission to access the roof.
After getting permission the police accessed the roof by way of a hook and ladder unit from the Kennewick Fire Department.
The man continued to resist, but was eventually taken into custody, no one was injured in the incident. Police did not say what new charges the suspect will be facing.
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