Skip to comments.Man charged with making terroristic threats following standoff
Posted on 05/01/2012 11:15:17 AM PDT by Jemian
Auburn authorities have released the name of the suspect who held up officers in a 10-hour standoff. Investigators say 24-year-old Ahmed Sherif Elbagdadi was arrested and charged with reckless endangerment, discharging a firearm within city limits and making terroristic threats.
The standoff began after Auburn police received a call for shots fired just before 7:00 Monday evening. A passing motorist reported hearing a gunshot and seeing a man pointing a gun toward the street near the area of East University Drive and East Glenn Avenue.
When officers arrived on the scene, they heard a gunshot from a home in the 1400 block of East University Drive. As officers approached the home, a shot was fired.
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It caught my attention because I heard the gunshots. I was outside at the time. I didn't get concerned because shortly after I heard the police arrive on the scene.
Ping to the list.
I wonder if the raghead knew that the sheriff lives behind him, across the creek to be sure, but behind him none-the-less.
I demand an apology in the name of all dogs.
Suggest to substitute with “follower of famous ancient guy ,who truly loved children”.
LOL! I will keep that in mind for the future.
I think you’re right. That particular restaurant quickly earned a reputation of being dirty, not a comfortable decor and the food didn’t taste that good with small portions. It is no longer in business.
Oh my - I’m glad they got him!!! I was there for a short trip yesterday - delivering finals week goodies for my two. Glad everyone is safe....
Seems like a fine young man. Are you putting the Amish cart before the wagon, Jem? /S
Judging from the name, sounds like he’s Iraqi.
Guess that restaurant thing didn’t work out too well.
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