2 Men Arrested After SWAT Standoff, identities Relesed
KREX News Room
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. - Two men have been arrested after barricading themselves inside a Grand Junction home for several hours.
Nathan Kennedy, 43, of Grand Junction was arrested and released on a summons for prohibited use of a weapon and obstructing officers.
Aaron Kennedy, 41, of Grand Junction was arrested and booked into jail for second degree assault, felony menacing, reckless endangerment, prohibited use of a weapon and obstructing officers.
The arresting documents and search warrants for this case have been filed under seal. Police are not releasing any more information, including booking photos, at this time.
The Grand Junction Police Department responded to a report of shots fired in an alley off Bunting and Glenwood Sunday around 5 a.m. Authorities say they believe there was a party in the 700 block of Bunting Avenue, and the suspect was told to leave.
The suspect allegedly returned a time later with at least one other person, who was possibly armed with a shotgun.
Police say the victim was hit with the butt of the gun and the suspect shot two rounds from an unidentified firearm. One round hit a fence and debris from the shot hit the victim, who was not hospitalized from the incident.
Shortly after noon on Sunday, two males voluntarily exited the house. They have been detained for questioning although no charges have been made.
NewsChannel 5 will continue to update this story as details come in.