One suspect arrested, another on the run after Colorado Springs home invasion

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See tomorrow's edition of the News-Times for the second part of the Police Logs.

The latest incident happened around 11:30 p.m. Saturday in the area of E. 79th and Decker.

"LPD received tips and spoke to several scrap metal recycling facilities, they were able to develop suspects involved in these cases", Lincoln Police Officer Angela Sands said.

Just days ago, a Cleveland officer reported a shot fired at him from a vehicle on East 95th Street. The suspects then stole the homeowner's auto and sped away. At least one shot was sacked during the chase, according to police.

As officers spoke to people there, a gray van passed by with someone firing shots.

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Once officers arrived, they attempted to negotiate with Miller for almost half an hour.

We've learned officers hit the ground, and they did not return fire.

Police said he released from hospital this morning and taken back to the police station where he was charged with resisting arrest, supplying a prohibited drug, possessing a prohibited drug and knowingly dealing with the proceeds of crime.

The suspect was formerly hired by a subcontractor of the construction company but had recently been fired, according to the police. Court officials say all three have extensive criminal histories, and are in custody with bond set over $75,000 each. "I hope he will make that statement again". Officers also saw clothing at the residence, indicators of Paredes-Cazares' association to a Sureno gang in Santa Cruz, Rivera said.

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