Police standoff near Daleway Park ends with an arrest

UPDATE: The standoff ended when the suspect tried to sneak out of the home about 8 p.m. Police say he refused to comply with their commands, so they sent the K-9 officer to apprehend him. He was arrested and charged with felony felony harassment and making threats to kill.

Video courtesy of Andrew Kim


SWAT officers are outside a home near Daleway Park in the 6700 block of 190th Street SW.

Police tell us a 48-year-old man went to his parent’s home about 1:30 p.m. and demanded money. When they refused, he threatened them with a knife.

They called 911 and safety escaped from the home.

The suspect continues to be barricaded inside. He is a convicted felon and has warrants for his arrest.

SWAT officers are trying to talk him out of the home. It’s unknown if he’s armed with any weapons other than the knife.

Nearby homes have been evacuated.

Check back for updates as we receive them.

  1. Now honestly. One person with a knife or maybe a gun and the Lynnwood Police had how many police buses, armored police and streets shut down. I think every police officer in Lynnwood was there. Hopefully not much else was happening around town. But honestly this is really a bit much and how many tax dollars spent for all of that. Seattle probably laughs at us considering they have this happen daily there and they truly have alot of crime and should have many police but have maybe a couple of police cars at the scene for crimes like this. So when they say that they need more officers in Lynnwood I think its safe to say they have more than enough.

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