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Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Brief Nashua standoff appears to end peacefully

NASHUA – The police SWAT team surrounded a home on Trestle Brook Drive around 8 p.m. Wednesday after residents called police saying that a man with a gun was threatening to take his own life.

The exact address wasn’t clear Wednesday night, but the home was believed to be toward the end of Trestle Brook Drive, the main road in a small development of manufactured homes that runs off West Hollis Street near the city landfill. ...

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NASHUA – The police SWAT team surrounded a home on Trestle Brook Drive around 8 p.m. Wednesday after residents called police saying that a man with a gun was threatening to take his own life.

The exact address wasn’t clear Wednesday night, but the home was believed to be toward the end of Trestle Brook Drive, the main road in a small development of manufactured homes that runs off West Hollis Street near the city landfill.

No official word was available late Wednesday, but reports from the scene indicated that the unidentified man exited the home without incident around 8:45 p.m. and was secured by police.

Shortly after 8, SWAT team members safely evacuated two females from the home. Occupants of at least two neighboring homes also were evacuated, but shortly after 9 were told by police that they could return.

– DEAN SHALHOUP