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Suspect in Post Falls standoff arrested

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Post Falls Police have arrested the man involved in a three-hour standoff Sunday night. Scott G. Steenburgh was charged with one count of aggravated battery and one count of domestic battery when he turned himself in to police Monday. 

The incident started when police were called to the area of 15th and Compton for a reported stabbing. Steenburgh came out of his house and confronted a man who was dropping off Steenburgh's child. According to the man, Steenburgh pulled a pocket knife on him and held it to his neck. A fight broke out and the man got cut on his pinky before taking the knife away from Steenburgh.

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