A stand-off during which a person had barricaded himself inside a property along with his younger son since Sunday has ended after cops compelled their manner inside, Coventry Police has stated.
Specialist firearms officers entered the property in Coventry simply after 8.30pm and detained the 41-year-old man. He’s in custody and shall be assessed by psychological well being professionals.
His eight-year-old son, who’s believed to have been bodily unhurt, is with different household.
Superintendent Ronan Tyrer, of Coventry Police, stated: “This has been an extremely delicate and difficult siege, which had a boy aged eight, at its coronary heart.
“His security was our principal concern all through this and so I am certain everybody in Coventry shares in our aid that we have now been in a position to get him safely out of the home right now.
“The state of affairs grew to become untenable and it was determined to deliver the siege to an finish.”
He added: “Always, we needed to stability the chance to the boy being stored in the home, with the chance that he could possibly be harmed if we did enter the home.
“Fortunately, he seems to be bodily unhurt at this stage – however he’s being correctly cared for now to make sure he will get all of the emotional and different assist he wants.
“We’re extremely grateful for the way in which that the neighborhood in Earlsdon have supported us. We all know it has been drawn-out, robust and irritating, however we have now performed our greatest that can assist you by this.
“I would prefer to thank the firearms officers, negotiators, neighbourhood and different officers who’ve labored day and night time to guard this boy, and the general public.”