Robert Boulware-Faison III.
When police arrived, they found a black Saturn Vue parked in front of a yellow duplex in the 100 block, and also saw the front door of one side of the duplex open and a man with a red shirt in the doorway.
“The male, later identified as Robert K. Boulware-Faison III, saw officers, stepped back into the house, and closed the door,” the affidavit said.
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The other side of the duplex was evacuated, and police blocked the area of West Perrin Avenue and South Center Boulevard to traffic.
Officers attempted to call Boulware-Faison out of the duplex but were unsuccessful due to him barricading himself inside.
Springfield police’s Special Response Team responded to the scene, and around 12:30 p.m. the tactical team fired tear gas inside. Shortly after, Boulware-Faison surrendered, ending the nearly five-hour standoff, according to the report.
Boulware-Faison was taken into custody and held without bond in the Clark County Jail over the weekend.
No one was reported injured during the incident.