IRVING (CBSDFW.COM) — A teenager is in custody after police from at least two North Texas departments were involved in a SWAT standoff in Irving.
It happened early Thursday morning, June 17.READ MORE: Texas Officer Dies After Crash With 18-Wheeler While Responding To Emergency
Officials blocked off the scene on West Shady Grove, near South Story Road while situation played out.
Police told CBS 11 News the incident started in Grand Prairie with officers chasing the teenager who was wanted out of Dallas County for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
They believe Isaac Ramiro was the person behind the wheel that led them into Irving — where the 19-year-old crashed and ran into a home.
The people inside the residence were allowed to leave. Police haven’t said how or if Ramiro knew the individuals.READ MORE: Padel Players Try Out For US National Team In Dallas
As of 5:15 a.m. the Grand Prairie SWAT Team was negotiating with Ramiro trying to get him to come out of the house. But shortly before 7 a.m. they had him in custody without incident.
Police also opened West Shady Grove. back up.
No one was injured.
Shady Grove is back open. The suspect is in custody without incident—no injuries to anyone.
— Irving Police Dept. (@IrvingPD) June 17, 2021MORE NEWS: Over 250 Guns Surrendered To DeSoto Police During Saturday Event