Dayton man indicted for inducing panic after hourslong SWAT standoff

Michael McDonald

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Michael McDonald

A Dayton man was indicted Tuesday following an hourslong standoff with SWAT and police officers at his home in October.

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Michael McDonald, 57, is charged with felony inducing panic. He is not in custody was issued a summons for his Dec. 31 arraignment in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court.

According to records from Montgomery County Regional Dispatch, officers responded to McDonald’s Autumn Place house after receiving a 911 call from McDonald’s wife at around 9:45 p.m. Oct. 12 reporting that McDonald was drunk, had fired a gun in the house and then demanded his wife call police.

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