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2 surrender after police converge on Lynnwood home

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LYNNWOOD -- A heavy police response at a Martha Lake-area home ended peacefully early Saturday morning when two people inside surrendered, Everett police said.
Police and Snohomish County sheriff's deputies had converged Friday afternoon around the home near 4th Ave W. and Lakeview Road. Officers blocked off the neighborhood and a sheriff's helicopter at one point hovered above.
The people inside surrendered around 2 a.m. Saturday, Everett police Sgt. Ryan Dalberg said. By that point, King County's Special Weapons and Tactics team members had relieved their local counterparts.
Afterward, Everett detectives executed a search warrant to collect evidence from the home, Dalberg said.
Authorities have declined to provide specifics about the reason for the operation beyond saying that is related to a recent home-invasion robbery.
Story tags » EverettLynnwoodCrimeHome Invasion Robbery

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