Sioux Falls man, 34, arrested in afternoon standoff
A three hour standoff ended peacefully with the arrest of a man Sioux Falls police were serving with warrants, police spokesman Sam Clemens said.
Carl Jerome Stanley II, 34, of Sioux Falls, was found at 518 W. 8th St. around 11 a.m. Friday. The Minnehaha County Sheriff's Office Warrant Task Force was searching for Stanley to serve a warrant for escape and child support. Clemens said police were informed that Stanley may have been armed with a firearm.
SWAT and crisis negotiators responded to the call, and around 2 p.m. Stanley came out of the apartment and was taken into custody without incident.
Nearby Hawthorne Elementary school was under a shelter in place, however, that was lifted when the event ended, Sioux Falls School District communications specialist Ben Schumacher said.
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