BRUNSWICK, Ohio - A 30-hour standoff off at a home on in Brunswick, Ohio came to an end Sunday afternoon.
A coroner in northeast Ohio says a man who held a 30-hour standoff with authorities died after being shot by police.
Police in Brunswick say the standoff that began Friday afternoon ended Saturday night, but they did release many details.
Brunswick police said the incident began when they received a phone call from a man who stated that his 39-year-old brother was going to a home, located at 1528 Jefferson Street, to assault his ex-girlfriend.
Police and SWAT members surrounded the house and evacuated neighbors after finding the front door barricaded.
The Brunswick police chief said the male suspect told them he was not coming out and he was armed.
Residents in neighboring houses had been evacuated, dispatch said.
The man's girlfriend was taken to a local medical center for medical treatment. Her condition has not been released.
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