Police stand-off in Goodfield ends, gunshots heard

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GOODFIELD, Ill. (WMBD) — 6:40 a.m. UPDATE: The 29-year-old man arrested in the stand-off in Goodfield has been identified as Trent Johnson.

According to Goodfield Police Chief Bradley Potts, police were originally called to do a wellness check at 214 Robinson Street around 6:30 p.m. Wednesday night.

Chief Potts said when police got on scene, gunshots were heard.

Police say his parents own the residence, and he was currently living there. No one else was inside the residence.

It is reported the man was going through a break up and suicidal comments were being made.

A deputy tried serving an order of protection before the welfare call.

Tear gas was dispersed into the home in order to get him out.

The man was taken to a hospital and is in police custody.

Goodfield Police Chief Bradley Potts said they have had previous calls for the residence before.

4:10 a.m. UPDATE: A more than nine-hour long police standoff in Goodfield has come to an end. One man was taken into police custody early Thursday morning around 4:10 a.m.

According to Goodfield Police Chief Bradley Potts, police were originally called to do a wellness-check at the location in the 200 block of Robinson Street around 6:30 p.m. Wednesday night. Chief Potts said when police got on scene, gunshots were heard.

1:30 a.m. UPDATE: Multiple police departments are currently on scene at a stand-off situation in Goodfield, lasting over seven hours.

According to Goodfield Police Chief Bradley Potts, police were originally called to do a wellness-check at the location on the 200 block of Robinson Street around 6:30 p.m. Wednesday night. Chief Potts said when police arrived on scene, gunshots were heard. Officers have remained on scene.

Chief Potts says neighbors have been evacuated and the street has been blocked off for safety.

Potts says multiple surrounding departments have been called in to help, including Illinois State Police. Chief Potts says officers have been in communication with the person inside.

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