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Naperville standoff ends, man surrenders

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By Angela Rozas and Brett McNeil
Tribune staff reporters

September 7, 2004, 12:30 PM CDT

A standoff between Naperville police and an armed man ended peacefully about 10:40 a.m. today when the resident came out of his home and surrendered.

The man emerged wearing a white T-shirt and blue jeans and did not appear to resist as police took him into custody outside his home, in the 2000 block of Navarone Drive in the western suburb. No injuries were reported.

The incident began about 5:20 a.m. when a woman called police to report her husband was threatening to shoot himself, authorities said. Officers went to the home, but the husband would not let them inside.

The man threatened to shoot himself with a small caliber handgun if his wife tried to leave, police said.

A special weapons and tactics team took up positions outside as police negotiated with the man by phone. He let his wife leave the house about 9 a.m. and finally agreed to surrender to authorities. He was in police custody this afternoon.

The intersection of 87th Street and Modaff Road near the home was closed to vehicles and pedestrians during the incident.

No charges had been filed as of midday. Police said they had no prior contact with the couple.

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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-07-2004, 01:48 PM
 
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The woman should've left so he could've blown his brains out.....quicker end to it all. One less psycho running around the planet.
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Ya what a wuss. If your gonna pull that at least have the balls to pull the trigger.




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I wonder if this is the first time Naperville SWAT was actually used. I'm sure they don't get a lot of action out here.

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Whoa-------I like to cut up with everyone but someone killing themselves is no joke. I have had friends commit suicide and the depression and fear associated with it is horrible.

I am just glad he is ok. Hopefully he will get better.

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I wonder if this is the first time Naperville SWAT was actually used. I'm sure they don't get a lot of action out here.
Oh, I'll bet it's not. They're probably used a couple times a week- you know, for motorcycles illegally parked downtown, for motorcycles making too much noise, for motorcycles not using their turn signals (probable cause for DUI check), motorcycles not showing proper registration (probable cause for insurance check and DUI investigation), motorcycles going too fast, motorcycles passing through the town...
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Oh, I'll bet it's not. They're probably used a couple times a week- motorcycles passing through the town...
Wow, care to share some experiences.

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Whoa-------I like to cut up with everyone but someone killing themselves is no joke. I have had friends commit suicide and the depression and fear associated with it is horrible.

I am just glad he is ok. Hopefully he will get better.
your right my last statement was a little harsh but I stated it wrong, This guy was never gonna pull the trigger, he has a problem and wanted attention and help, unfortunatly he didnt think of a better way to ask for it. If this guy was truly suicidal none of this stuff after he picked up the gun would have happened.




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Swat team used a few years ago. My brother was having a house party while my parents were out of town. Neighbors saw some kids smoking pot and about an hour later they came. Even had a chopper.

Needless to say, parents were POed.

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Oh, I'll bet it's not. They're probably used a couple times a week- you know, for motorcycles illegally parked downtown, for motorcycles making too much noise, for motorcycles not using their turn signals (probable cause for DUI check), motorcycles not showing proper registration (probable cause for insurance check and DUI investigation), motorcycles going too fast, motorcycles passing through the town...


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I wonder if this is the first time Naperville SWAT was actually used. I'm sure they don't get a lot of action out here.
Hmmm. I don't know. I have seen some tough looking hombres in downtown Naperville.

I seem to recall some cops "patrolling" the corner in front of Starbucks wearing polo shirts and bicycle compression shorts, while standing next to their $2K mountain bikes.

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Swat team used a few years ago. My brother was having a house party while my parents were out of town. Neighbors saw some kids smoking pot and about an hour later they came. Even had a chopper.

Needless to say, parents were POed.
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your right my last statement was a little harsh but I stated it wrong, This guy was never gonna pull the trigger, he has a problem and wanted attention and help, unfortunatly he didnt think of a better way to ask for it. If this guy was truly suicidal none of this stuff after he picked up the gun would have happened.
You are right on the money!! Normally suicide attempts are numerous before it actually happens. This is a desperate call for help.

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guy prob just did it to make his wife stay and thought she would feel sorry for him and stay.


you know how women are backstabbers.


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In that type of situation(domestic dispute) things escalate and somtimes get out of control. Alcohol and or drugs could have been in play. Lets hope both man and woman get help.

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