LONGMONT — A person paroled for murdering his grandmother set off an explosion in a Longmont lodge earlier than being shot by a police officer Thursday.
Regulation enforcement was known as to the Residence Inn at 1450 Dry Creek Highway simply earlier than 1 p.m. on Thursday to speak with Leon Gladwell, 40.
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“Officers had data that Gladwell was afraid he was going to harm somebody. Additionally they had data that he had knives and propane tanks on this room,” based on a press launch from the Longmont Police Division.
When parole officers contacted Gladwell, they stated he turned offended and uncooperative. They have been in a position to gather a number of knives earlier than he retreated into his room.
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