Standoff in east Colorado Springs comes to an end
Colorado Springs Police were asking some residents on the east side of the city to shelter in place during a standoff on Friday.
Police were dealing with a barricaded suspect in the 200 block of Vehr Drive at about 1:15 p.m. The neighborhood is just east of S. Murray Boulevard between Airport Road and Pikes Peak Avenue. At about 2, an emergency message went out.
"You are asked to stay indoors; please lock and stay away from windows and doors. Please stay out of the immediate area until further notice. CSPD will send an all-clear message when appropriate," police wrote in the alert.
At about 5 p.m. police wrote the incident had "concluded." It isn't clear if the suspect was taken into custody.
This article will be updated when more information is available.