YELLOW SPRINGS, Ohio (WDTN) - One man is dead after an all night police standoff in Yellow Springs.
Officers were first called to the 200 block of North High Street just before 11:00 Tuesday night on reports of shots being fired.
When they arrived, they found a suspect barricaded inside a house at 280 N. High St.
Two different SWAT teams, and officers and deputies from surrounding departments responded to the scene as the suspect fired multiple shots throughout the night.
It was around 4:30 a.m. when officers finally entered the home and found the man dead.
Investigators have not said how the man died and will await an autopsy to determine the cause of death.
Police said they know the identity of the suspect but have not released his name.
No one else was injured.
The Bureau of Criminal Investigation is handling the investigation.
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