A four-hour standoff has ended with the death of the suspect.
Omaha police say anywhere from 10 to 12 shots were fired from inside the house. Officers tried unsuccessfully to contact the unidentified man inside. Deputy Chief Elizabeth Davis says spent hours trying to talk to the man including a throw phone and bullhorn. They used flash bangs to try to get his attention but still got no response.
The man was found dead inside the house. No officers were injured and none fired their weapons.
Omaha police report a SWAT team responded to a home at 34th and Grand Avenue around 7 o’clock this morning. Officers attempted to serve a search warrant. Officer got into the house, but someone inside began firing shots.
The team left the home and a perimeter was set up around the neighborhood. Police stated earlier they believed the person inside had either a rifle or shotgun. A negotiator came to the scene in an attempt to end the standoff peaceably.
Shortly after 11 o’clock this morning, Omaha police reported that the suspect has died. No details have been released.