Deputies respond to possible assault with deadly weapon in Newhall
A man is taken into custody by the Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department after a brief manhunt following an reported assault with a deadly weapon in Newhall. Cory Rubin/The Signal
By Caleb Lunetta
Tuesday, November 20th, 2018

BREAKING: Sheriff’s units surrounding location in Newhall

BREAKING: Sheriff’s units are surrounding a location near the 25000 block of Walnut Street in Newhall in connection with an assault with a deadly weapon involving a gun reported earlier. Reporter Austin Dave is live at the scene.Read more here: https://signalscv.com/2018/11/deputies-respond-to-possible-assault-with-deadly-weapon-in-newhall/

Posted by Santa Clarita Valley Signal on Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies responded to reports of an assault with a deadly weapon suspect at Newhall residence Tuesday.

“It was an assault with a firearm, but (the suspect) didn’t fire at the person,” said Lt. Andrew Dahring.

The Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department make entry into a house on Walnut Street after a brief manhunt following an reported assault with a deadly weapon in Newhall. Cory Rubin/The Signal

After the first call came in at 4:50 p.m., for the initial incident on Race Street in Newhall, deputies then obtained information that led them to a home in an apartment building on the the 24900 block of Walnut Street, about 1 mile northwest of the initial crime scene.

Officials on scene reported that deputies made callouts to the suspect in the residence in both English and Spanish, asking for the suspect to “come out through the front door with your hands up.”

A man is taken into custody by the Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department after a brief manhunt following an reported assault with a deadly weapon in Newhall. Cory Rubin/The Signal

After about 25 minutes of speaking through the loudspeaker, deputies detained one man and placed him in the back of a sheriff’s department SUV, according to witnesses on scene.

Deputies did have one suspect in custody, but as of 6:45 p.m. officials were still on scene investigating, according to Dahring.

A Los Angeles County Sheriffs Deputy carries his weapon after a brief manhunt following an reported assault with a deadly weapon in Newhall. Cory Rubin/The Signal

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BREAKING: Sheriff’s units surrounding location in Newhall

BREAKING: Sheriff’s units are surrounding a location near the 25000 block of Walnut Street in Newhall in connection with an assault with a deadly weapon involving a gun reported earlier. Reporter Austin Dave is live at the scene.Read more here: https://signalscv.com/2018/11/deputies-respond-to-possible-assault-with-deadly-weapon-in-newhall/

Posted by Santa Clarita Valley Signal on Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Deputies respond to possible assault with deadly weapon in Newhall

Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies responded to reports of an assault with a deadly weapon suspect at Newhall residence Tuesday.

“It was an assault with a firearm, but (the suspect) didn’t fire at the person,” said Lt. Andrew Dahring.

The Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department make entry into a house on Walnut Street after a brief manhunt following an reported assault with a deadly weapon in Newhall. Cory Rubin/The Signal

After the first call came in at 4:50 p.m., for the initial incident on Race Street in Newhall, deputies then obtained information that led them to a home in an apartment building on the the 24900 block of Walnut Street, about 1 mile northwest of the initial crime scene.

Officials on scene reported that deputies made callouts to the suspect in the residence in both English and Spanish, asking for the suspect to “come out through the front door with your hands up.”

A man is taken into custody by the Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department after a brief manhunt following an reported assault with a deadly weapon in Newhall. Cory Rubin/The Signal

After about 25 minutes of speaking through the loudspeaker, deputies detained one man and placed him in the back of a sheriff’s department SUV, according to witnesses on scene.

Deputies did have one suspect in custody, but as of 6:45 p.m. officials were still on scene investigating, according to Dahring.

A Los Angeles County Sheriffs Deputy carries his weapon after a brief manhunt following an reported assault with a deadly weapon in Newhall. Cory Rubin/The Signal