Residents in a San Anselmo neighborhood were asked to shelter-in-place on Saturday while officers searched for an armed suspect.
According to the Central Marin Police Department, around 11 a.m. officers responded to a report of shots fired at 36 Grove Hill Ave.
Officer say a person who was inside the home at the time managed to escape.
2/ . The residents of about 15 homes on Grove Hill South have been instructed to shelter in place and an evacuation plan is being developed in case it is needed. No injuries have been reported. Crisis negotiators are on the scene.— Central Marin Police (@centralmarinpa) March 2, 2019
About 18 residences on Grove Hill were ordered to evacuate with police escorts.
3/2/19 – 3:06 pm
The following 18 residences on Grove Hill will begin to be evacuated shortly:
5, 15, 16, 22, 29, 30, 33,35,36,37,46,51,52,55,58,59,65,66
The Special Response Team Officers will come to your door & escort you out.
DO NOT LEAVE WITHOIUT THE POLICE OFFICER ESCORTS.— Central Marin Police (@centralmarinpa) March 2, 2019
Authorities don’t know what led up to the incident but the suspect was found dead inside the residence with a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
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