Suspect in Roseburg standoff surrenders
ROSEBURG, Ore. -- The adult male suspect that was involved in a standoff with police in Roseburg has surrendered.
At about 6:15 p.m., police say the man come out of the motel room and gave up. Police called in medical to check on the suspect.
Police officers and Sheriff's deputies were involved in a standoff with the man since about 2:30 p.m. Monday afternoon.
People were evacuated from other rooms, and nearby businesses were locked down.
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Police had surrounded the Casa Loma Motel on NE Stephens in Roseburg, after detectives reported shots fired Monday afternoon.
Stephens was shut down from Garden Valley to Winchester Ave.
Roseburg police officers at the scene confirmed to KPIC News that detectives were at the motel investigating a case when shots were fired.
They could not say if police fired any shots, or if they were only by a suspect.
Police don't believe that anyone was injured in the initial incident.
They have closed off NE Stephens while the standoff ensues. Authorities are in contact with the suspect.
Officers from Winston and Sutherlin also responded to the scene to assist.
As the sun went down, officers could be seen setting up lighting in the area.
Some officers can be seen heading into the scene to relieve others as the standoff goes on.
Police don't have an estimate about how long this could last, and are asking the public to stay out of the area.
This story will be updated as more information becomes available.