UPDATE, 12: 55 p.m.: Police placed a 40-year-old Hispanic man Sunday morning on a psychiatric hold after he became paranoid and shot out a window to his home.
The incident occurred around 9 a.m. in the 300 block of East Crestglen Road. Police locked down the neighborhood. The incident concluded with the suspect being detained without incident about 30 minutes later.
“He felt people were after him and was acting out of fear. We transported him to an evaluation and found him to be 5150 and placed a hold on him,” said Sgt. Mike Henderson of Glendora Police.
None of the occupants, which included three others, were arrested, Henderson said.
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Glendora Police have at least four suspects from within the home in custody and have taken the main suspect into custody just minutes ago. It is unclear what led up to the need for officers to respond.
It is unclear if anyone has been injured.
An area resident told GCN that she approached the house and found windows broken out, at which point the suspect exited, became angered and told her to leave.
Azusa Police officers are on scene aiding with a perimeter around the house.
Azusa Police reported that just before 9:28 a.m., one suspect emerged from the home with his hands up and reportedly refused to comply initially with commands from Glendora officers.
Three more suspects exited the home and were taken into custody.
The final suspect was detained and a search of the home was conducted to find anymore occupants. Police have reportedly recovered a firearm, according to broadcast traffic.
This story has been updated to include a new headline and new information on the suspect.