PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pittsburgh Police have taken a suspect into custody following a SWAT incident Wednesday afternoon in Stanton Heights.READ MORE: Local Pediatricians Offer Health Advice For Trick-Or-Treating This Halloween
It all started around 1:30 p.m. at a home in the 5500 block of Celandine Street.
Police say they initially went to the home to issue a Protection from Abuse Order, or PFA, notice, and serve an arrest warrant to a man stemming from a domestic incident.
The SWAT team was called in as a precaution after unconfirmed reports of weapons in the home.READ MORE: Ohio Messes Up New Wright Brothers License Plate Design
“The subject made some comments, and then an hour later, SWAT was called in to reinforce and keep the entire area safe,” said Pittsburgh Police spokeswoman Alicia George. “This is still a very active scene. At this time, there are no injuries, [and] nothing has occurred to pose any further threat.”
Police & SWAT just cleared the scene in Stanton Heights after a SWAT situation in the 5500 block of Celadine Street. Police came to home for PFA & serve arrest warrant for prior domestic & can’t comment on the whereabouts of the suspect. @CBSPittsburgh #KDKA pic.twitter.com/QyzgLosr5w
— Amy Wadas (@AmyWadas) February 14, 2018
Police later determined the suspect was not in the home. Police later arrested 29-year-old Corey Yurko in a home on Woodbine Street. He surrendered peacefully.
Yurko will be charged with simple assault and terroristic threats from an existing arrest warrant.
No injuries were reported during the SWAT incident.MORE NEWS: Study Says Water Is Pennsylvania's Biggest Phobia
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