Man surrenders peacefully after incident in Pelham

Residents in the area of Beckett Drive in Pelham were told to stay inside as police investigated reports of a distraught man just before 10 a.m. on Tuesday.

Niagara police say they received information of a possible firearm inside the home and the Emergency Task Unit was called.

With the assistance of crisis negotiators, the 42-year-old man surrendered peacefully to officers just before noon.

Michael Misener of Pelham is facing a number of charges including possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose.


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