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Man could shed light on standoff reasoning
Attorney says Michael Vaughan will speak about the standoff using his own words for the first time Tuesday.
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COVINGTON, Ky. -- The man who kept police at bay for nearly 20 hours during a standoff in December at his Latonia home will speak about the incident at the Kenton County Jail Tuesday.
Michael Vaughan is expected to hold a press conference from behind bars, and discuss what led him to hold his three kids hostage and try to burn his house down.
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While charged with attempted murder of a police officer, Vaughan says he's suffered from post traumatic stress disorder since the incident happened - one of the key topics for discussion, his attorney Chris Roach said.
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Vaughan's bond is set at $250,000. If convicted, he'll face up to 20 years in prison.
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WCPO reporter Mario Ramirez spoke to Roach.