Man indicted on charge stemming from SWAT standoff in Riverside

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Man in custody following SWAT standoff in Riverside

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UPDATE @ 2:10 a.m. (Jan. 27) 

A Riverside man has been indicted by a grand jury on a charge stemming from a SWAT standoff on Jan. 18.

Michael Bailey, 29, was indicted Wednesday by a Montgomery County grand jury on one count of inducing panic, a felony.

He remains in the Montgomery County Jail, where he has been held since his Jan. 18 arrest. He is scheduled to be arraigned on Jan. 31, according to court and jail records.

UPDATE @ 2:50 a.m. (Jan. 19)

According to online jail records, 29-year-old Michael Bailey was arrested at the same location as an earlier SWAT standoff in Riverside Wednesday.

Bailey, whose father also identified him as the suspect to our crew, has been booked into the Montgomery County Jail on charges of domestic violence, aggravated menacing, and inducing panic.

UPDATE @ 11:15 p.m. (Jan. 18)

The man holed up in a unit at the Stonehenge apartments in Riverside is in police custody. He was led away from the building, in handcuffs, around 11:20 p.m.

UPDATE @ 9:32 p.m. (Jan 18)

A hostage negotiation team and snipers are on scene as part of the SWAT response to what is believed to be a man holed up in the Stonehenge Apartment complex, in the 6200 block of Ramblewood just off Harshman and Transportation roads.

Traffic on Harshman Road has been shut down or severely curtailed because of the ongoing situation.

No shots have been fired and no injuries have been reported.

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A man barricaded himself in an apartment on Ramblewood Dr. In Riverside.

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FIRST REPORT (Jan. 18)

SWAT is on scene tonight for an “ongoing” situation at an apartment complex off Harshman Road in Riverside.

The only entrance to the Stonehenge Apartments, near the intersection of Harshman Road and Valley Street, is blocked by Riverside police cruisers with lights on.

Huber Heights police, which dispatches for Riverside, would not say what led a special weapons and tactics team to respond.

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