Kettering police standoff: How 5 others in the Dayton area ended this year (Video)

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Officers were dispatched to a residence in Kettering Friday morning to check on the welfare of a person inside.

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A 58-year-old man was taken into custody Friday evening in Kettering after a standoff with police lasting several hours in the 3900 block of Fulton Avenue.

Police used a SWAT team and a Taser to make the arrest and end the standoff, which began shortly after 11 a.m., after authorities said the man earlier confronted them with a knife and threatened them.

Robert E. Dunn was arrested and booked into the Montgomery County Jail on suspicion of aggravated menacing and inducing panic, online jail records show.

» READ MORE: Kettering standoff ends as police use Taser

The incident that ended about 6:30 p.m. is the latest in a series of standoffs to occur in the area this year. Others include:

APRIL 26: Man points gun at officer

A man was arrested in Xenia after police said he pointed a gun at an officer, prompting a brief standoff with police and deputies.

Samuel Morrison was booked into the Greene County Jail on suspicion of felonious assault, deputies said. Morrison was captured off Columbus Street, a short distance from an apartment on North Monroe Street, where he reportedly ran from officers after they surrounded the building.

» READ MORE: Police release body cam after Xenia standoff

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Xenia Body Cam video

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APRIL 25: Same standoff suspect arrested again

A March standoff suspect was arrested after another standoff at the same Perry Twp. home, according to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.

Authorities said they saw David Clark with a weapon and requested SWAT. Clark surrendered after several hours, police said. He was on home detention after a March 31 standoff.

» READ MORE: Suspect in custody in 2nd standoff at Perry Twp. home

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SWAT on standby Wolf Creek Pike

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APRIL 20: SWAT, probation officer negotiate with woman

A 26-year-old woman was taken into custody after a two-hour standoff on Wesleyan Road in Dayton. Carlesia Moore was apprehended after she threatened to shoot at officers, authorities said.

Officers responded to the home in the 1500 of Wesleyan Road on reports of a woman inside the house with a warrant for her arrest and in possession of a handgun, police said. SWAT was requested to negotiate with her, along with the woman’s probation officer, police said. She later exited the house peacefully.

» READ MORE: Woman threatening to shoot police officers ID’d

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JAN. 26: Apartments evacuated for hours-long standoff

A man was taken into custody after a standoff with Dayton police in the 1500 block of Bancroft Street. The suspect, Cory Stevenson, was arrested by Dayton police.

The incident began about 4 a.m. and was not resolved until mid-afternoon. Neighboring apartments were evacuated and police set up a perimeter, believing the suspect was armed with a pistol.

Stevenson was charged with aggravated burglary, kidnapping and two weapons charges, records show.

» READ MORE: Suspect from SWAT standoff taken into custody ID'd

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The suspect is in custody after officers called for them to come out with his hands up.

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JAN. 18: 4 arrested after SWAT standoff that included Facebook Live

Four people were arrested after a a SWAT standoff at an Elsmere Avenue home in Dayton. Those arrested on various charges were Nichole Floyd, 22; Eric Simmons, 24; Jordan L. Simmons, 23; and Justin D. Simmons, 23.

Police were called to the home for a suspicious vehicle believed to have been involved in a burglary. Police said they had a search warrant for the apartment on Elsmere Avenue.

» READ MORE: Four jailed after Dayton standoff with police

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WATCH: Facebook video shows men inside house during SWAT standoff

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