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2 Appleton cops, fugitive fall through attic floorSubmitted: 07/02/2014
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APPLETON - A police standoff in Appleton has ended with two officers, a police dog and the fugitive falling through an attic floor.

The two-hour standoff ended about 8 p.m. Tuesday. No one was seriously hurt.

Post-Crescent Media (http://post.cr/1jJ8J1f ) reports Appleton police were trying to arrest a 20-year-old man after he fled during a traffic stop in June. Police identified the vehicle and found the man had several outstanding warrants.

Officers determined the man was in a duplex Tuesday. Police searched the house and found him in the attic.

Police tried to use a stun gun on the man. Authorities say as the man fought back, the officers, the police dog and the fugitive fell through the ceiling of the duplex.


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