Bond set for Trotwood standoff suspect

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – The man accused in connection with a standoff Friday in Trotwood was in court Sunday.

The judge set bond for William Gibson at $1.5 million.

Gibson is accused of firing shots inside a Trotwood home around 11:30 am Friday.  SWAT teams were called to the home after police arrived at what was reported as an accidental shooting.

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Once the more shots were fired officers called for help. Gibson remained inside the home until he surrendered just after 2:00 pm Friday.

Gibson faces several charges including seven counts of felonious assault, having weapons under disability, discharge of a firearm near premises and domestic violence.

William Gibson is due back in court Monday afternoon to be arraigned.

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