EAGLE, Idaho — Update: Ada County Sheriffs arrested a 33-year-old domestic violence suspect after an 8-hour standoff.
Dustin Rosenbaum, 33, is in custody and being medically evaluated before going to Ada County Jail, according to ACSO. Officials say he will be charged with a felony count of domestic assault in the presence of a child. ACSO SWAT teams and a K9 dog went into the apartment and brought Rosenbaum out of the apartment.
The 8-hour standoff between Eagle Police and a domestic violence suspect who refused to come out of his apartment off S. 2nd Street has ended. The man is in custody and is being medically evaluated before going to the Ada County Jail— Ada County Sheriff (@AdaCoSheriff) June 30, 2021
Eagle Police are negotiating with an armed man who is refusing to come out of his apartment near downtown Eagle.
Eagle Police are currently negotiating with an armed man who refuses to come out of his apartment off S. 2nd Street, just south of Heritage Park near downtown. The standoff occurred after officers attempted to arrest him on on several felony warrants earlier today.— Ada County Sheriff (@AdaCoSheriff) June 29, 2021
The man has not been identified by police at this time. The Ada County Sheriff's Office says the standoff happened after officers tried to arrest the man on several felony warrants.
The man's apartment is located off S. 2nd Street in Eagle, just south of Heritage Park.