Police storm house; arrest N.Y. man after standoff
POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y.- A day-long armed standoff between a 31-year-old Hudson Valley man and police ended with the man's arrest on charges of attempted rape and unlawful imprisonment.
The incident began early yesterday morning when police arrived at a town of Poughkeepsie home to question 31-year-old Scott Record about a domestic incident involving a family member.
Record barricaded himself inside the home and relatives said he had access to firearms.
About nine hours after the standoff began, police detonated a small explosive device to distract Record.
Officers then stormed in an arrested him.
He has been charged with felony counts of first-degree attempted rape and first-degree unlawful imprisonment.
Record is being held in Dutchess County Jail on 100-thousand dollars bail.
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