SWAT team called out for Monroe standoff

A standoff has ended in Monroe after an armed man held police and a Snohomish SWAT team at bay for several hours.

Police initially responded to reports of shots fired at about 6 a.m. at the home near 160th Street and 179th Avenue.

Spokeswoman Debbie Willis say SWAT team negotiators were able to talk the 23-year-old man into surrendering without incident.

Seth Keller, KIRO Radio Editor
Seth is the afternoon news editor on KIRO Radio. Seth started out as an intern.
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