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The Avalon Apartments Shootout; See the Video

WOODLAND HILLS, Calif. — from where you can watch the video clip – Police have taken three people into custody, including two men that officers held at gunpoint for an hour on an apartment balcony in Woodland Hills.

Officers with the Los Angeles Police Department’s Topanga division were called to the Avalon Woodland Hills Apartments on Ventura Blvd. around 6:10 a.m. Tuesday on reports of shots fired, according to Sgt. Greg Houser.

At one point, officers were seen looking at a car inside the parking structure. Soon after, they had cornered two men on a balcony.

At least three officers with guns drawn stood guard on an adjacent rooftop as the men held their hands in the air for about an hour.

Just before 8:00 a.m., both were taken into custody along with a woman who was apparently inside the apartment.

Police say they recovered a gun at the scene.

It was not immediately known what involvement the suspects had in the incident.

The building was not evacuated and no shooting victims were found.

From MyFox LA: Police today went to a condominium complex in Woodland Hills on a “shots fired” call, searched the building and, from a vantage point across the street, detained two men at gunpoint on a second-floor balcony.

Officers were sent to Ventura Boulevard east of DeSoto Avenue about 6:30 a.m., according to reports, which broadcast live helicopter shots showing the standoff.

LAPD spokesman Richard French said no injuries were reported, and officers were searching for possible suspects or victims.

The street was closed in the area, French said.

Helicopter shots broadcast on Fox11 showed three officers on a rooftop across the street from the balcony pointing firearms at the two men, who stood with their arms up facing the balcony’s sliding door. Shortly before 8 a.m., officers brought the men inside the unit for questioning.

From The Daily News: Police officers sent to the 20000 block of Ventura Boulevard in Woodland Hills on a “shots fired” call are holding two men at gunpoint on the balcony of a second-floor condo, according to Fox11.

The street has been closed, and the officers are on a rooftop across the street, rifles pointed at the men, who are standing with their hands up.

From CBS 2: Los Angeles police have detained three people, including two men that officers held at gunpoint for nearly an hour on a Woodland Hills apartment balcony.

Officers went to the complex on Ventura Boulevard at about 6:20 a.m. Tuesday after someone reported hearing shots.

Sgt. Greg Houser says officers found two suspects on the apartment balcony.

Three police officers on the roof of an adjoining building trained guns on the men, who had their hands up for about 45 minutes.

Officers entered the apartment and arrested them shortly before 8 a.m. A woman was detained a few minutes later.

Other details remained sketchy.

Police did not evacuate the building and no shooting victims were found.


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