A man arrested after Colton stood out as a destructive device - San Bernardino Sun t

Law enforcement personnel, sometimes using robots, on a Saturday night accompanied and accompanied a man claiming he has a bomb in the Colton shopping center.

The catch came just before 9:30 p.m. at the Las Plaza Glorias, where Colton police had set up a bomb squad and Sheriff County County Bernardino division squad and negotiated with the man during redemption since it was first reported on suspicious behavior about six hours earlier.

The police incident prompted the closure of North Mount Vernon Avenue between Colton Avenue and East Olive Street, Colton's police said Lieutenant Jim Jolliff in a Twitter message of 4:45 p.m.

The arrest came after the police convinced the suspect to strip down his shirt and a handful of boxers.

The man took a few steps towards the officers, he turned back to them, threw his arms and laid down the asphalt of Mount Vernon North.

The officers came down on the man and made him bend over him.

Jolliff said that the officers found that he had a pellet gun, which is also described as a replica pistol, and that “non-explosive material appeared as a destructive device.” T

He said that it had taken a long time for the man to cooperate, partly because of his "disproportionate responses."

The officers asked him as “Ronny” and “Joseph.” Jolliff said that he believes that this is the man's name, together. After his custody, his full name was not released. The police said Colton lived 37 years of age. “With pending additional charges”, Jolliff was admitted to a mental health facility.

The catch was a good result, Jolliff said.

“At any time when we take a person without using force, it's positive,” he said.

In an interview about 6:30 p.m. As the police negotiated with the man, Jolliff said that the suspect was sitting on his knees on the grass near the footpath at the entrance to the shopping center. He had two pieces of clothing – a large shirt and a light colored cloth from around his neck – but there was concern that he might be wearing or keeping a destructive device.

Negotiated negotiators, sometimes using robots, worked to make sure it was safe for bomb squad personnel to go to the men.

Colton police said to the previous man they had criminal and mental health problems, Jolliff said.

He said the police went to the shopping center around 3:20 p.m. after reporting suspicious man – possibly with a gun – at Jack in the Box restaurant. An officer saw a man and tried to contact him. When the officer saw the man who had some apparatus, extra officers were called and the area was stopped, Jolliff said.

Jolliff was earlier on social media after spending a photograph of the man wearing the big shirt, a cloth around his neck and a yellow waist.

There was a strange audience standing behind the yellow police tape, watching drama. An armored police van was parked in front of the shopping center. Some shouting could be heard. On the shopping center there is Cardenas Market and La Michoacána Ice Cream Parlor.

Jolliff also took some time to negotiate with the suspect.

Negotiations continued at 8:45 p.m. and just before 9 n.m. the man no longer had his paint.

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