Police standoff ends in Seaside Heights

(AP) - No one was injured when a man in acondominium in Seaside Heights surrendered after holding police atbay for more than two hours.The man

SEASIDE HEIGHTS - (AP) - No one was injured when a man in acondominium in Seaside Heights surrendered after holding police atbay for more than two hours.

The man was wanted on a warrant for weapons offenses whenofficers gave chase Monday. He ran into the condo with his dog.

Police Chief Thomas Boyd told the Asbury Park Press he called in a SWAT team and a hostagenegotiating team.

Boyd says the suspect talked to officers on a telephone that wasthrown through a window.

The man's name has not been released.

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