(CBS DETROIT) – A 49-year-old man from Plymouth has been jailed after making threats to a neighboring cement company.
Plymouth Police received word early Friday morning that Messina Concrete, a local cement company, had received emails from a neighbor containing threats of violence with a firearm.
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When the police arrived and an officer thought they heard gunshots near the house, the officers set up a perimeter.
Crisis negotiators managed to get the suspect to surrender without incident.
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Al Cox, the City of Plymouth’s director of public safety, said in a news conference that the suspect has been arrested and taken into custody pending charges.
Local residents and schools were given shelter on site, but once the situation was under control, the shelter was lifted.
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