100 properties evacuated in England because of a ‘suspicious device’

Don’t bother looking for the name of the person they arrested after a 9 hour standoff and a giant expense and inconvenience to all, let alone the potential terrorist event that seems to have been likely. Itisn’t there. The names of lots of witnesses are clearly spelled out though. I hope they all have lots of insurance. The police really only want to protect the perp in every way clearly.

Someone needs to find the name of the guy with the “suspicious device” and broadcast it. ASAP.

From LEP.CO.UK

UPDATE 6.30pm: Police searching siege house

Photo Ian Robinson
Siege on Mendip Road in Leyland
Armed police officer at the scenePhoto Ian Robinson Siege on Mendip Road in Leyland Armed police officer at the scene

Published on Friday 23 March 2012 18:40

 

A 39-year-old man has been arrested after a nine-hour siege on a Leyland housing estate.

The man was arrested on suspicion of breach of the peace at the scene on Mendip Road, Leyland at around 5pm on Friday.

Officers broke into the property before the man was taken to a waiting ambulance.

He has been taken to Royal Preston Hospital for a check-up although he is not thought to be injured.

Around 100 properties had been evacuated after reports the man had a suspicious device at the property.

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