News Release from: Salem Police Dept.
SALEM POLICE ARREST SUSPECT AFTER SIX HOUR STANDOFF
Posted: May 27th, 2012 2:39 AM
Salem Police arrested Jeremy DUNMAN, 19 yrs (dob: 03/19/93) of 4624 Eva Ct. NE, Salem, at 1:45am, Sun,(5/27/12), after Salem SWAT made an entry into the residence, searching for DUNMAN. Patrol Officers had initially responded to the residence at 7:30pm, Sat. (05/26/12), to follow up on a menacing incident involving a weapon which occurred on Friday (05/25/12). Upon arrival Saturday evening, DUNMAN was determined to be in the residence but refused to contact officers. As Officers had probable cause to arrest DUNMAN, Officers continued attempting to contact DUNMAN via a patrol car PA system. Also during this time, information was learned of several firearms accessible to DUNMAN within the residence. Repeated attempts to contact DUNMAN met with negative results.
Salem SWAT and Negotiators were requested to assist just before 9:00pm. At 1:45am, SWAT with K9 entered the residence to search for DUNMAN. DUNMAN was located hiding underneath a stairwell by the Police K9. DUNMAN was taken into custody and treated for a canine bite.
DUNMAN was transported to Salem Hospital for treatment of the canine bite and will be booked into the Marion County Jail, charged with three counts of Menacing. Additional charges may follow pending further investigation.
Hayesville Rd. NE was re-opened for normal traffic at 2:00am.
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