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World Man surrenders after firing many shots into air in Bangkok

07:25  14 february  2020
07:25  14 february  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Police say he fired shots at his girlfriend and ran inside the home, but has since surrendered . Police describe the man as the victim's boyfriend. The victim was not hit and is safe, police said. But the man ran into the home and has barricaded himself there, a situation that's ongoing more than two

The man eventually surrendered around 6 a.m. Tuesday after police were called Officials said they received calls about a man firing gun shots into the air . When they arrived they witnessed the man firing his Stay with KSAT 12 both online and on- air for more information on this developing story.

BANGKOK (AP) — Police took a man into custody Friday after he fired multiple gunshots into the air in central Bangkok, injuring no one less than a week after a soldier killed 29 people in shooting rampage in northeastern Thailand.

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A man surrendered to police after firing a gun into the air and then threatened to shoot himself near a Gilbert police said a man fired a shot into the air and then pointed the gun to his head outside Banner Gateway PD successfully negotiated with the subject & he surrendered . NO Active shooter.

A man surrendered to Loudoun County authorities Saturday after being charged in connection with an incident in which shots were fired into the air at After the shots were fired , the woman took the gun from the man , who then fled. A gun was recovered. It remained unclear Saturday how many people

The incident in the Thai capital was related to a personal conflict, Lt. Gen. Pakkapong Pongpetra, chief of the Metropolitan Police Bureau, told reporters.

He said the suspect surrendered and agreed to accompany police to their station.

The man was reported to have fired 20-40 shots during the incident lasting more than six hours in a residential neighborhood with small shops, many selling sporting goods, next to Chulalongkorn University.

Police had cleared the area around the building and Thai media reported a family member was brought in to try to convince him to surrender.

Last Saturday, a Thai soldier angered over a land dispute killed his commanding officer and the officer's mother-in-law before stealing more weapons and heading to the Terminal 21 Korat mall in Nakhon Ratchasima.

He holed up there for several hours before security forces killed him, ending the rampage in which he killed 29 people in Thailand's largest mass shooting.

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