An army of law enforcement rolled into Frazier Park

  • [Photo by Gary Meyer]

    [Photo by Gary Meyer]

By Gary Meyer, TME

According to Glendale Police Department Lieutenant Joshua Wofford, he and a team of three dozen officers, including SWAT units, were not at Falcon’s Nest Wednesday, May 10, to order lunch.

The lieutenant was supervising Glendale Police Department officers in support of an operation by the United States Marshals Service.

Glendale PD brought armored vehicles, dozens of officers armed with assault rifles and an assortment of explosive and chemical devices needed to “encourage” someone to exit a residence or other structure.

Why was all of that firepower necessary?

Lieutenant Wofford told The Mountain Enterprise that…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)

Photo captions:

Dozens of officers (mostly Glendale PD) attend a briefing in Frazier Park before serving a warrant on Kansas Trail.

Glendale police officers heading west on Mt. Pinos Way en route to Kansas Trail where they entered an hours-long standoff with a suspect wanted by the U.S. Marshals Service.

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