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The road had been shut down at Four Mile and Douglas Avenue for about an hour as law enforcement officials surrounded the house and demanded that the woman come out of the house using their public address system. Eventually, the homeowner woke up, realized that the police had surrounded his house, and called 911 asking what was happening. He was told to go outside to talk to the officers and they searched his house.
Officers did not find the woman they were looking for at the house, but then went to another home on Root River Parkway and talked to her.
We’ve got calls into officials with the Caledonia Police Department on this and when we get more information, we’ll update the story.