Fugitive From Justice Surrenders After Enfield Standoff

By Ari Mason
|  Tuesday, Feb 11, 2014  |  Updated 6:53 PM EDT
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Fugitive From Justice Surrenders After Enfield Standoff

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Police are responding to Audrey Lane in Enfield, where a fugitive from justice is reportedly barricade inside a home.

A fugitive from justice wanted on felony charges in Massachusetts surrendered to authorities Tuesday evening after a police standoff in Enfield, according to police.

Timothy Doyle, 34, barricaded himself inside his mother's home on Audrey Lane around 3:15 p.m. Tuesday, police said.

Doyle is wanted on felony firearm charges in Holyoke, Mass. The situation escalated after officers attempted to serve an arrest warrant, according to police.

Doyle's girlfriend was also inside the home during the standoff. It's not clear if Doyle was armed, but police said no one was injured during the incident.

Enfield police and the Capitol Region Emergency Services Team responded to the home.

The intersection of Elm Street and Ganny Terrace was closed while police investigated.

People living in the area were told to stay in their homes, according to the Enfield town manager. Residents were informed via a reverse 911 alert sent to their phones.

Authorities are told residents to avoid the area.

Doyle is in police custody.


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