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Man arrested after shooting at officers and neighbors in north Spokane

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SPOKANE, Wash. -

Police evacuated homeowners near Monroe Street and Fairview Avenue in north Spokane Friday afternoon during a SWAT standoff situation.

Police say the hours-long standoff started after a man started shooting at neighbors from a house on the 1100 block of west Frederick Avenue at around 3 p.m.

Officers arriving at the scene say the man also fired at them as they approached.

Police and tactical teams tried for hours to make contact with the suspect and get him to come outside the house. According to police, he was making not only suicidal threats, but homicidal threats as well.

Around 5 p.m, 55-year-old Daryl M. Dalebout walked outside the house holding a sword. Officers moved to arrest him, but Dalebout resisted their efforts and was injured. 

Dalebout was taken to the hospital to be treated for his injuries, and afterward he will be booked into jail on several felony charges.

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