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SWAT team raids home in far east El Paso, makes gang-related arrest

EL PASO, Texas -- A police standoff came to an end Thursday afternoon in a far east El Paso neighborhood with a SWAT team storming a house and making a gang-related arrest.

El Paso police had summoned their SWAT team around 1:30 p.m. to assist gang unit officers who were serving a warrant in the 4100 block of Tierra Bronce Drive.

About an hour later, the SWAT team entered the home and ended the standoff. Police announced one arrest had been made, but did not immediately release the man's identity or charges.

Texas Department of Public Safety also provided assistance, including helicopter support, during the incident.

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Jim Parker

Jim Parker is the Director of Digital Content for ABC-7.

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  1. Rented home? Owned? By who? Paid for by gang related activities? How do criminals afford housing, utilities, food, etc.?

    Time to find and constrict the incomes of these people.

    1. Arresting gang members with a felony warrant can hardly be connected to the Nazis losing in the Supreme Court and it sure has nothing to do with the Black Lives Matter movement. It has to do with ridding El Paso of criminals.

      1. Roger’s is afraid of something. Ever since he basically called Obama a liar in front of the whole world at the State of Address, Roger’s was taken to the watershed. Someone has something on him.

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