Kansas City deadlock at Chief-Royals sports complex ends with arrest of armed

According to the news, Kansas City, Mo. on Saturday evening after an hour-long standoff with police outside Arrowhead Stadium, home of the NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs. A suspect armed with two handguns and a knife was detained.

Reports said the situation was delayed for a scheduled Kansas City Royals baseball game at nearby Kauffman Stadium.

Officers responding around 10 am on notice of firing at Archery Stadium staff were able to get the employees out of harm’s way. According to Fox 4 in Kansas City, no injuries were reported.

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Police considered the gunman, who believed that a mental health crisis was going on in an area of ​​the parking lot, and for seven hours before 6 pm before deciding to detain him for using non-lethal force. Tried to interact with him for longer, KMBC-TV reported.

The suspect, who was not hurt, was given a mental health assessment before being booked into jail. Police did not release information as to what prompted the case, FOX 4 reported.

FOX 4 reported that there were no events taking place at Arrowhead Stadium at that time. The Chiefs played their season-opening match against the Houston Texans on Thursday night and both teams will leave on Sunday.

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KMBC reported that the Royals’ game was scheduled for 6 pm Saturday. The Pittsburgh Tribune.com reported that Pittsburgh Pirates stayed in their hotel until the term was safe.