Parolee Surrenders After Police Surround Barricaded House

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After allegedly leading police on a bullet-riddled chase and barricading himself inside a house, a wanted man in California surrendered early Saturday, authorities said.


Samuel Duran. (Credit: Placer County Jail)

It may have been the fact that a California SWAT team had him pinned down, or that his relatives were tugging at his heart strings to come out.

Or it could have been the robot police sent into the house to tell him to obey police orders.

All of it may have persuaded Samuel Duran to walk unarmed out of the house in Roseville, near Sacramento, said local police spokesman Brian Jacobson.

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