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A Summit County SWAT team responded to a stand-off situation in Cuyahoga Falls on Wednesday.

The team arrived on scene around 5:20 p.m. after police received an anonymous tip saying that Hunter A. Edwards, 37, had an arrest warrant out and was at a residence on 3rd Street. The police tried to serve the arrest 12007421_gwarrant at the residence, but Edwards refused to come out. Police determined that he had barricaded himself inside with a female acquaintance, 44-year-old Corinna Croskey.

The police determined that Croskey was not being held against her will and were able to convince her to come out and meet with authorities. Negotiators made several attempts to contact Edwards before he responded and they were able to convince him to surrender. Edwards was taken into custody around 8:00 p.m. without further incident.

A search found that there was marijuana at the residence.

According to court records, Edwards was arrested in 1999 for breaking and entering, in 2006 for domestic violence and drug possession and in 2011 for domestic violence. In January, he was arrested for allegedly manufacturing methamphetamine and growing marijuana in a house with children. In April he was charged with possession.

Edwards was taken to the Summit County Jail. Croskey was arrested and charged with resisting arrest and obstructing justice.


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