An armor incident at North Palmerston is over, a man who has been arrested four times struggling to let him go.
The police armed away from the street in Palmerston North North to negotiate with a man who had refused to use his premises. On Sunday evening, at about 8.45pm, the police used bleak gas before arrested. No one was hurt.
Cordons were stationed at each end of the Clyde Cres, in Roslyn, where the man was, and residents were asked to stay in after police called 4.40pm on Sunday. The police were already in the area to investigate "a driver's driver event".
Many residents down Clyde Cres still lived within their houses when they were waiting, with children looking out of the single building window and the police talking to residents t elsewhere. A few were allowed to go a little after 6.30pm.
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Briony Findlay lives in the street, about two doors forward, although she cannot see the house.
“They have surrounded a house and we can hear them try to negotiate and give it outside the house,” she said of the police during waiting.
"They have just asked to come out without weapons." T
After a quiet time, she said the police had asked for the man to come out again around 8.30pm.
Police were told shouting to the man with his name, saying: "The police are armed around you. Come to the front door and you have nothing in your hands."
Fifteen minutes later, great police spots started to clarify the existing house. Shortly afterwards three brands were heard showing the police using tea gas.
Findlay said after the bogs had started running out of dogs. She was not finding out if they went into the man's house with the gun, but they heard a man shouting words she couldn't do.
Around 20 people were first gathered at each of the places where the sickle met with Vogel St, a deep cone on which there were cords, although the water had seen numbers increase Going down.
At 6.45pm Vogel St when a motor cyclist overtook a car in the street running slowly for the other side of the road and hitting a woman into her car. .
The bike tried to escape, running into the closed Clyde Cres, where police officers were taken off the road about 50 meters and removed.
The woman was aware and he was taken to hospital by ambulance.
The incident was not linked to the man by the gun, police said.
Clyde Clyde residents Debbie Liggins and her partner Millie had grown up at the hull without being able to get home.
On the way back from a day out at Whanganui beach, Liggins calls from her daughter for advice that they were unable to get home.
"I thought I was, yeah, it's just a mistake. She was a little anxious for us."
Liggins had spoken to the police and wasn't sure how long the current would last. She said it was "very strange" to see something like this happening in her neighbor.
His partner, who wouldn't be named, said he would be lost Married by First Sight. "It's drama. It can all wait."
He said that the incidents were not as good as those on the street. "Police and Ambulance vehicles were just here the next night at 1pm down the road."
A man who was living on Vogel St, who was not named, was making dinner when he saw a policeman going to see.
"It's not a good time to take a gun after Christchurch. It is going to do that," said the occupier about the gungirl.
A police spokeswoman said there were no reports of missiles fired and that no one was thought to have been injured.
A fire engine came to the site by 6pm and an ambulance turned up around 6.10pm. At 6.45pm firemen had seen him dressed in full.