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SWAT team at Boyle Heights home after report of armed man inside

September 08, 2013|By Joe Mozingo
  • Map shows approximate location of where a man allegedly pointed a handgun at someone and then barricaded himself inside a home.
Map shows approximate location of where a man allegedly pointed a handgun… (Mapping L.A. / Los Angeles…)

SWAT officers have surrounded a home in Boyle Heights after a man allegedly pointed a handgun at someone during a party and then barricaded himself inside, Los Angeles police said.

Officers received a call about an “assault with a deadly weapon” at 3 a.m. and responded to the scene at the 2500 block of Fairmount Street, police said.

They were told at least three assailants had left the party after a fight and then came back with guns in the early morning, according to a watch commander at the Hollenbeck Station.

No injuries have been reported.

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joe.mozingo@latimes.com

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