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Barricaded suspect surrenders

PULASKI — There is reason to believe that a breaking-and-entering suspect taken into custody yesterday may have been involved in an incident involving discharging a firearm on Monday night as well.
Yesterday morning around 9 a.m., law enforcement officers from both the Pulaski Police Department and the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office surrounded an apartment building located on the corner of East Main Street and 3rd Street in Pulaski.
According to Lt. A.K. Anderson of the Pulaski Police Department, the suspect being sought in connection with a breaking-and-entering barricaded himself inside the building, and police communicated with him by way of a cell phone. Capt. Brian Wade of the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office later said that the suspect, a male individual, was making threats to harm himself.
The suspect was eventually removed from the apartment building without incident and was taken to the Sheriff’s Office for questioning, according to Wade, who added that there are no charges against the suspect from the county.
However, Anderson said that there is reason to believe that this male individual may be connected to an incident that involved discharging a fire arm that took place on Monday night around 11 p.m.
Anderson said that shots were heard being fired in the area around Route 11 and Northwood Drive in Pulaski, and a male individual was observed carrying a rifle.
When police arrived at the scene and approached the individual, he discharged the rifle and fled, Anderson said, adding that afterwards, a K-9 unit was called in, but the unit was unable to locate the individual.
The investigation of the relationship between these two incidents is continuing.
No information was available from the town police as of press time regarding any charges filed by the town against the man.

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Barricaded suspect surrenders

PULASKI — There is reason to believe that a breaking-and-entering suspect taken into custody yesterday may have been involved in an incident involving discharging a firearm on Monday night as well.
Yesterday morning around 9 a.m., law enforcement officers from both the Pulaski Police Department and the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office surrounded an apartment building located on the corner of East Main Street and 3rd Street in Pulaski.
According to Lt. A.K. Anderson of the Pulaski Police Department, the suspect being sought in connection with a breaking-and-entering barricaded himself inside the building, and police communicated with him by way of a cell phone. Capt. Brian Wade of the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office later said that the suspect, a male individual, was making threats to harm himself.
The suspect was eventually removed from the apartment building without incident and was taken to the Sheriff’s Office for questioning, according to Wade, who added that there are no charges against the suspect from the county.
However, Anderson said that there is reason to believe that this male individual may be connected to an incident that involved discharging a fire arm that took place on Monday night around 11 p.m.
Anderson said that shots were heard being fired in the area around Route 11 and Northwood Drive in Pulaski, and a male individual was observed carrying a rifle.
When police arrived at the scene and approached the individual, he discharged the rifle and fled, Anderson said, adding that afterwards, a K-9 unit was called in, but the unit was unable to locate the individual.
The investigation of the relationship between these two incidents is continuing.
No information was available from the town police as of press time regarding any charges filed by the town against the man.

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