Man in Friday’s standoff with Duluth Police has lengthy record
Police have released more information regarding the man who had a stand off with police Friday night.
The suspect has been identified as a 30-year-old from Duluth. A check of his record shows he has convictions for assault, arson, domestic assault, felon in possession of a firearm, and burglary, among other things.
Superior Police sent out a statement Saturday saying that they had an attempted armed robbery at the Associated Bank on Belknap Street on Friday afternoon. The suspect had approached the drive-through window, and allegedly pointed a handgun at the teller. The teller was not hurt. Police also said the suspect’s vehicle was found abandoned in Duluth.
Although the investigation is ongoing, Superior police believe the suspect has been arrested by Duluth police.
Duluth police say the standoff suspect was wanted for attempted armed bank robbery, and was booked into the jail Friday evening on pending charges of Possible Convicted Felon with a Firearm, Fleeing Police Officer in Motor Vehicle, Theft of Motor Vehicle, Intent to Discharge of a Firearm, and 1st Degree Aggravated Armed Robbery.
The 30-year-old was the barricaded individual in the apartment building on Central Avenue. For more on Friday’s story click here.
Police said this is still an active and ongoing investigation. And we will continue to update you as this story progresses.