Neighbors react to six-hour SWAT standoff
UPDATE: A six-hour swat standoff ended in Hamilton County with the arrest of a man wanted in Texas. It happened on Eller Road in Harrison, TN.
Police say the suspect is identified as James Waters. He had active warrants for his arrest in Texas for Attempted Robbery and a probation violation. He also has warrants in Chattanooga for Aggravated Domestic Assault.
Alvin Russell, who lives on the other side the duplex where the standoff happened, says he was shocked to see the damage when he got home.
"To come back and see the holes in all in the windows and things like that, it's so close to me, it's really kind of hard to explain how I feel, other than just being grateful," recalled Russell.
PREVIOUS: A SWAT situation in Harrison has ended peacefully Saturday evening with the arrest of a man who is wanted in Texas and Tennessee.
Police say the suspect, James Waters, finally surrendered following a standoff that lasted for more than six hours at a home on Eller Road.
Police say the incident was originally reported as a disorder with a weapon.
Police say Waters had active warrants for his arrest out of Texas for attempted robbery and a probation violation.
Waters was wanted by Chattanooga police for aggravated domestic assault.
No one else was inside the home and no one was hurt.
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PREVIOUS STORY: Chattanooga police say a reported disorder involving a weapon has led to a SWAT standoff at a home in the Highway 58 area.
It started around 12:20 p.m. in the 5000 block of Eller Road.
CPD spokesperson Officer Trevor Tomas tells Channel 3, the suspect is the only person inside the home.
Officer Tomas says police were called to the scene for a disorder with a weapon.
Tomas says the suspect has active warrants for his arrest and is refusing to surrender.
The SWAT team has been called to the home to help with the situation.
Channel 3 has a crew that is working to learn more.
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