Suspect surrenders after hours-long standoff in Puyallup

Two Puyallup police officers were shot in an exchange of fire with the barricaded domestic violence suspect. The suspect surrendered after nearly six hours.

PUYALLUP, Wash. — Two Puyallup officers sustained minor injuries after police exchanged gunfire Tuesday with a barricaded suspect, according to the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department (PSCD). 

The suspect surrendered peacefully after nearly six hours barricaded in the apartment.

Police were called to the River Trail Apartments at around 1:17 p.m. for a domestic violence incident, according to PCSD.

According to police, the man showed up at his ex-girlfriend’s house and was hiding in her closet, violating a domestic

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