Thursday, April 26, 2012

Suicide Standoff Ends Well
The efforts of Sullivan County negotiator, Deputy Sheriff Sgt. Chad Peters successfully ended a suicide standoff Wednesday afternoon. The incident occurred in the yard of a residence on Bloomingdale Road near Kingsley Elementary School. After a lot of talking and the accidental discharge of a shotgun, Paul Hodges, Junior was persuaded to put the weapon down and the situation ended safely. Hodges was taken into custody and taken to Indian Path Hospital for psychological evaluation. Sullivan County School officials have not confirmed whether or not Kingsley Elementary nearby was placed on lockdown during the incident.(CS)

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