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Police officer, two civilians injured in shooting in Arcadia home

The man is suspected of shooting at him brother and an Arcadian police officer was taken into custody after hours- a long standoff Wednesday night.

That man, who is in in his 40s, he was arrested around 10:40 pm, said Deputy Miguel Meza, a spokesman for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

A source told The Times that the officer is in stable condition and underwent surgery at Huntington Memorial Hospital. for gunshot wound in side of his face affects his jaw area.

Incident in block 5200 of Greenfield Avenue began around 5:45 p.m. when Arcadia police were called to family riots involving an armed person with a gunMesa said.

At some point during the incident, the suspect shot himself. brother and an officer, Meza said. A woman unrelated to the suspect received shrapnel wounds.

suspect brother and the woman were also in The condition is stable,” Meza said.

Los Angeles County deputies were first called at 18:02 to help Arcadia police who took firesaid Deputy Sheriff Brenda Serna, a spokeswoman for the Sheriff’s Department.

Arcadian police confirmed the shooting. in in area as per Nixle’s warning posted just after 6:50 p.m., advising residents not to leave their homes if you don’t contact the police.

A law enforcement source told The Times that the gunman was reportedly people fixed down on Greenfield.

Residential street in southern Arcadia, just off ads stretch of Live Oak Avenue was crowded with at least two black Special forces and dozens of police cruisers as the helicopter circled overhead during the standoff.

The officers stood around in in civilian clothes and bulletproof vests, as the incident dragged on on.

Residents returning from workwaited in growing number behind police tape.

Tyler Nitz quit his job at bank down in street when he saw police cars go by. He turned on scanning application on on the phone and heard: “Shots”, “Shoots from the door and window” and “Officer down”.

Nitz followed the police cars to Greenfield, where he saw SWAT. teams and armored vehicles surround house. He didn’t hear any shooting.

He told The Times that the man rushed to house in which the suspect appeared to have barricaded, shouting “That’s my boy!”

Sal Zaragoza was driving on Live Oak Avenue when he saw Greenfield flooded with police vehicles. Police from agencies all the way to La Verne, plus something like team of US marshals swarming house he said.

Additional information about the incident, including the identity of the suspect, was not available Wednesday evening.

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