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Suspect in Franklin taken into custody after brief standoff

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Published on Dec 26, 2013

FRANKLIN, Ohio (Derek Drake) -- A standoff in Franklin, Ohio has ended peacefully after a man surrendered himself to police.Daryl S. Napier, 39 of Franklin, surrendered to police during the morning hours of Thursday, December 26, 2013 after barricading himself inside his ex-wife's home. Police say Napier has a number of felony warrants out for his arrest, and is also suspected in a home invasion on Christmas Day.Police say the arrest of Napier today was the culmination of more than 24 hours worth of crime, elusiveness, and searching by police.Napier was arrested on Christmas Eve for a Failure to Appear warrant on a receiving stolen property charge. During the course of officers attempting to arrest Napier, he retaliated with violence against an officer. Napier was eventually pepper-sprayed and taken into custody.Once in custody, Napier was found to be in possession of a hypodermic needle and what police believe to be heroin. He was taken to Atrium Hospital for treatment of injuries sustained in the altercation with police.Police say Napier left the Atrium Hospital at some point on Christmas Day, unbeknownst to hospital staff. After leaving the hospital, police say Napier is thought to have broken into a nearby home on Union Rd. in Franklin Township where he stole a large hunting knife.Officers began a wide search for Napier through the evening when it was determined he was hiding in his ex-wife's home on the 100 block of North Main St. in Franklin.Napier had barricaded himself inside the crawlspace on the second floor of the home. Once it was clear Napier did not intend to comply with responding officers, the Warren County Tactical Response Team was called to the scene to assist.Once they were in place and began their tactical operations, Napier surrendered without incident.Napier was taken into custody and taken to the Warren County Jail on a number of charges by the Franklin Police Department including two felony counts of obstruction official business, resisting arrest, possession of a drug abuse instrument, a felony count of heroin possession and one felony count of burglary.The Warren County Sheriff's Office is expected to file more charges against Napier in the near future.No injuries were reported by law enforcement officials.

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