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Lubbock man charged with Criminal Trespass after standoff with police

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

One man is behind bars following a morning standoff with police in south Lubbock. Police have arrested Shane Marck, 39, and charged him with Criminal Trespass.

Lubbock police say an off-duty officer heard a shot coming from the 3700 block of 107th Street around 6 a.m. Wednesday.

When he arrived, the officer says he was told Marck was inside the home with a shotgun and had two other people inside with him.

The man who flagged down the officer said when he arrived at the residence he fired a warning shot. Marck, who was unarmed at the time, then entered the home, police say, and picked up a gun that was already inside.

Officers were able to make contact with him and all parties exited safely. No one was injured.

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