N. Milwaukee standoff leads to arrests

A police standoff on North Milwaukee Street Monday morning ended peacefully with the arrest of several people, including a Milwaukee man wanted on a felony warrant.

Events began unfolding around 2:45 a.m. Monday when Plymouth Police Department officers responded to a call of a black female who appeared confused and was wandering the streets.

Officers located the female and spoke with her. She advised she was here against her will and based on the information she was giving, police had reason to believe it was a human trafficking incident.

Officers learned what residence she had been at and also learned that a person might be inside the residence who was wanted on a felony warrant. Police also learned that the wanted person was from Milwaukee and known to be armed.

Around 7 a.m. officers went to the North Milwaukee Street and attempted contact with the occupants. At that point several people tried to flee the residence but retreated back inside after realizing the building was surrounded by officers. Officers were able to develop more information through an informant that the wanted person was in fact inside. A perimeter was set up and maintained by the Plymouth Police Department and the SWAT team was called. At 7:30 a.m. two people tried leaving the residence and were taken into custody.

The SWAT team arrived and shortly after 10 a.m. the wanted male party exited the residence and was also taken into custody.

No one was injured in the incident, which remains under investigation.


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