After a significant police reaction and an extended standoff in a Miami Springs neighborhood early on Wednesday, a wanted suspect was apprehended.
Just before one in the morning, SWAT and other officers from Miami Springs and Opa-locka reacted to a residence close to the 300 block of East Drive in response to allegations of the presence of a wanted individual, according to sources.
‘All night. It lasted for around three to four hours. Come out right now, please! “one acquaintance told NBC 6. “The home is encircled; you must leave.
The suspect, Daniel Mohedano, 41, was sought for on suspicion of arson and other offenses. In the house next to Miami Springs Middle School, he locked himself.
“When I woke up, I simply heard them screaming into the microphone for them to put their hands up and come out,” “said the neighbor. “If they leave with their hands up, that is how it will be, calm. They basically repeated what they had done for an hour.
Over a loudspeaker, police could be heard ordering Mohedano to leave the house.