Arlington Heights Police and NIPAS Emergency Services Team Arrest Barricaded Subject on Campbell St Between Vail Ave and Dunton Ave, Arlington Heights

Barricaded subject on Campbell Street in downtown Arlington Heights
Barricaded subject on Campbell Street in downtown Arlington Heights.

The Arlington Heights Police Department responded to a reported disturbance at 7 West Campbell about 12:27 AM Thursday, December 5, 2019. When they arrived, Arlington Heights police officers determined the disturbance involved a dispute with domestic violence. The victim of the domestic violence was able to exit her apartment with some minor injuries to her extremities.

When the first responding officers directed the suspect, a 42 year old male cohabitant (and boyfriend of the victim), to exit the apartment and surrender himself, the suspect refused and brandished a knife. Officers attempted to utilize a non-lethal response to the suspect’s resistance (a Taser), but the device was ineffective, and the suspect was able to close the apartment door and barricade himself inside.

The Northern Illinois Police Alarm System (NIPAS), our regional emergency services team, was activated. NIPAS responded with a cadre of tactical team members and related equipment, including an armored Bearcat vehicle, for operations involving an armed and barricaded person. After a prolonged effort to negotiate a peaceful resolution, a tactical solution was authorized. Operators deployed Oleoresin Capsicum (pepper spray) through the second floor apartment widows where the non-compliant subjected was located. This non-lethal alternative introduced into the apartment proved effective and caused the individual to open the apartment door. As the suspect exited the apartment, he continued to threaten and resist the members of the NIPAS team, but was ultimately taken into custody after additional non-lethal responses to resistance were deployed.

Arlington Heights firefighter/paramedics were dispatched to the scene about 12:54 a.m., and the offender was treated at the scene by paramedics and transported to the hospital for evaluation. No officers, NIPAS Team members or other area residents were injured in the incident. The investigation remains ongoing. Police did not initially release the identity of the suspect, but stated his identity will be released after charges are filed.

Barricaded subject on Campbell Street in downtown Arlington Heights
Barricaded subject on Campbell Street in downtown Arlington Heights (SOURCE: Arlington Heights Police Department).
Boarded up window at second-floor apartment at 7 W. Campbell Street after barricaded subject was removed from apartment.
Boarded up window at second-floor apartment at 7 W. Campbell Street after barricaded subject was removed from apartment.

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Campbell Street and Dunton Avenue
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Boarded up window at second-floor apartment at 7 W. Campbell Street after barricaded subject was removed from apartment.
Boarded up window at second-floor apartment at 7 W. Campbell Street after barricaded subject was removed from apartment.
Boarded up window at second-floor apartment at 7 W. Campbell Street after barricaded subject was removed from apartment
Boarded up window at second-floor apartment at 7 W. Campbell Street after barricaded subject was removed from apartment.
7 West Campbell St.
7 West Campbell St.