MN Fugitive Task Force W/Brooklyn Park And SWAT Barricaded Suspect
A 45-minute standoff with police in Brooklyn Park June 20 led to the arrest of a suspect wanted by the FBI.
The Minnesota Fugitives Task Force — an FBI task force — was arresting 25-year-old Dionte Hubbard when he decided not to cooperate.
“They were in the process of arresting a suspect with warrants, and that suspect barricaded himself inside of the home,” said Inspector Todd Milburn of the Brooklyn Park Police.
At about 7:45 a.m. the Brooklyn Park Police, including the SWAT team, were called to assist with the arrest.
Police began shutting down roads and planning an evacuation, but after about 45 minutes, Hubbard turned himself in, Milburn said. The task force took the suspect into custody. No one was injured.
FBI spokesperson Kyle Loven said Hubbard was wanted on outstanding warrants for charges including first-degree burglary, prohibited person in possession of a firearm and aggravated robbery.
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