TROTWOOD, Ohio (WDTN) — Authorities have released the name of a man who was involved in a standoff in Trotwood.
Authorities confirmed William Gibson surrendered just after 2:00 p.m. Friday and officers took multiple firearms from the scene.
A heavy police presence including SWAT and the bomb squad surrounded a home on Wolf Creek Pike for nearly three hours as officers tried to get Gibson to come out.
Moments after the man was taken into custody, family members were seen embracing and saying “thank God”.
Trotwood Police Chief Wilson gave an update about the standoff Friday afternoon:
Police Chief Wilson said they received the call around 11:30 a.m. Friday on the 4640 block of Wolf Creek Pike about an accidental shooting but when they arrived at the scene the suspect told police and the victim they needed to leave the residence before he started to shooting his gun.
Police Chief Wilson said the suspect stared firing shots in the house.
At that time, police signaled a ’99’ which means police need back up assistance in this type of a situation.
Police were in communication with Gibson during the standoff. Our 2 NEWS crew was at the scene.