Troy standoff ends without incident

August 29, 2018 04:56 PM

TROY - A standoff in Troy kept police busy Wednesday.

Police say it started as a stabbing investigation on Hill Street Wednesday afternoon.

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Authorities got a call about a man chasing a woman down the road. Officers say the woman was bleeding. They stopped to help her and the man was able to run away.

Authorities are identifying him as 37-year-old D'Andre Jones, of Troy. Police say he barricaded himself inside a home on Trenton Street.

A SWAT team responded and officers negotiated for at least two hours before Jones came out peacefully.

The woman is being treated at a local hospital. Police aren't saying the extent of her injuries right now.


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