CINCINNATI -- The Cincinnati SWAT team was called to a home on Monday when Roger Doumas, 30, barricaded himself in his bathroom and threatened police officers.
Police were called to 90 Topridge Place near Emery Park after Doumas allegedly assaulted his ex-wife, then barricaded himself in his bathroom, according to officials.
Doumas then made several comments to police that he was armed and ready to kill any officer who attempted to arrest him and-or himself.
After the SWAT team responded to the home to make negotiations, Doumas exited on his own will and surrendered to officials.
Roger Doumas was then taken into custody and charged with domestic violence, resisting arrest, obstructing official business and inducing panic.
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