ST. LOUIS – A man wanted for a murder in the state of Washington was arrested after an hours-long standoff in St. Louis’ Tower Grove South neighborhood on Friday.
Kyle Johnson-Clark, 27, was the man arrested after the standoff, police in Richland, Washington, said.
According to St. Louis police, they received a phone call for a man who was wanted on a parole violation. He was also wanted for first-degree murder from the State of Washington. Police also said he was a person of interest in several other crimes in the City of St. Louis.
Johnson-Clark was inside a home with two other people in the 3900 block of Utah. Police said Johnson-Clark fired shots out of the home during the standoff.
It’s unclear if the other two people were hostages or involved in the situation. Johnson-Clark and two others surrendered peacefully at around 3 p.m.
No one was injured.
On Saturday, Johnson-Clark was charged with two counts of first-degree assault, two counts of unlawful possession of a firearm, two counts of unlawful use of a weapon for shooting at a vehicle and four counts of armed criminal action.
He is being held without bond.