Officers set up a perimeter around the home and were approached by the homeowner, who said his two sons, ages 3 and 5, and brother, 17, were inside.
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The homeowner was able to talk to his brother, according to the report, and he alleged Young wouldn’t let them out of a room. The young man was then able to break free and open the front door, allowing officers inside.
Officers then told the suspect to come out.
According to the police report, Young informed the officers not to shoot because he had a child with him.
He then came downstairs with one of the children and after being told several times to let the child go, he did and was arrested.
Authorities also found another man, Travis Creachbaum, hiding in a closet. Police records show he had an outstanding warrant as well and he was taken into custody.
The children and another female victim were found safe and weren’t harmed during the brief standoff.
Young pleaded not guilty in Clark County Municipal Court on Wednesday and his bond was set at $100,000 bond.
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