Suspect barricaded in Costa Mesa building, some residents urged to protect themselves on site – Orange County Register

Police urged some residents of Costa Mesa’s west side to take shelter Wednesday, October 5, after a suspect, who may be armed, barricaded himself in a building along Monrovia Avenue.

According to Roxi Fyad, a spokeswoman for the Costa Mesa Police Department, the barricade began around noon at the 1700 block of Monrovia Avenue after police assisted the Justice Department in serving a search warrant. The suspect was believed to be armed.

It was not immediately known who or what the search warrant was for.

As of 1 p.m., the situation was ongoing and no casualties were reported.

https://www.ocregister.com/2022/10/05/suspect-barricaded-in-costa-mesa-building-some-residents-urged-to-shelter-in-place/ Suspect barricaded in Costa Mesa building, some residents urged to protect themselves on site – Orange County Register

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