Suspect Barricades Himself Inside Trailer In Moses Lake - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Suspect Barricades Himself Inside Trailer In Moses Lake

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MOSES LAKE, Wash. - A man is behind bars this morning after causing a SWAT standoff. The Grant County Sheriff's Office tells KHQ that 23-year-old, Sergio Herrera Jiron barricaded himself in his mobile home located in the 4800 block of Airway Drive NE in Moses Lake when the Grant County Gang Unit showed up to arrest him on a felony warrant.

At 9:15pm The Grant Co. Gang Unit went to the home of the suspect for failure to appear for a controlled substance. He did not want to come out of his home so SWAT was called out and a standoff began. Just before 1:30am the Swat team deployed tear gas and multiple flash bangs and entered his home.

SWAT then found him hiding in the dryer. Jiron still wouldn't come out so they shot him in the hand with a rubber bullet and then arrested him. He is now facing an additional charge of felony possession of a firearm.

During the standoff neighbors were asked to stay inside.

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