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Shelter-in-place lifted for north Colorado Springs neighborhood

Police activity prompted a shelter-in-place for a Briargate neighborhood early Tuesday.
Police activity prompted a shelter-in-place for a Briargate neighborhood early Tuesday.

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) - After three hours, Colorado Springs police lifted a shelter-in-place warning for people in in the Briargate area early Tuesday.

The shelter-in-place message went out around 3 a.m. for people near the 2400 block of Linenhall Court. The message cited police activity in the area. An update lifting the shelter-in-place went out at 6:15 a.m.

KRDO news crews saw police going in and out of a home in the area.

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Brittany Wiley

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  1. the rest of the story is: the neighbors heard gunshots coming from this home. When they finally negotiated the scene-they guy had killed himself.
    info obtained from KKTV
    “At some point during the standoff, police say the suspect took his own life.”

    maybe krud-ho should search the other stations for up-to-date meaningful new pieces.

    1. WE can certainly do that. But news stations can’t directly use information seen on other stations without verifying it from independent sources or getting permission to use it. And when the independent sources like the Police Blotter have exactly the same wording seen here, you know they’re caught between a rock and a hard place.

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