CLEVELAND – Cleveland Police have confirmed that a suspect was found dead in his apartment after a four-hour stand off with police.
Police and a SWAT team responded to the incident this morning after a report of shots fired at the high-rise apartment building in the 10600 block of St Clair near E. 106th Street in Cleveland.
Police said that court bailiffs went to the apartment at around 10:30 a.m. to serve an eviction notice. An altercation ensued between the bailiff and a man inside of the apartment. Shots were then fired. The bailiffs were not shot.
The Cleveland Police Use of Deadly Force Investigation Team and members of the Cleveland Prosecutor’s Office have responded to the scene.
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