Police said officers and a SWAT team surrounded a Garland apartment after at least two armed people barricaded themselves inside Wednesday morning. [[387605371,C]]
Garland police said they responded a report of an aggravated robbery in the 1800 block of Patton Drive at about 1:30 a.m. The victim told police several men armed with rifles and handguns stole his 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe.
Officers found the Tahoe in an apartment complex parking lot in the 1800 block of South Glenbrook Drive. Police said they took a 16-year-old male in the Tahoe into custody.
Police said they learned the teen lived in the nearby Miller Glen Apartments. Officers in the area saw two men go into the apartments and followed them. One of the men dropped a set of keys to a red Kia that the victim reported the men driving.
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Garland police and SWAT officers tried to communicate with the people inside the apartment, but were unsuccessful.
SWAT officers then fired gas projectiles into the apartment. Police said two males and two females exited the apartment and were taken into custody.
Investigators said two shotguns and two pellet guns were found inside the apartment.
Police said two 16-year-old males and 18-year-old Kyvontre Lachadd Elmore were charged with aggravated robbery.
Police said the Kia had been reported stolen to Dallas Area Rapid Transit police by a victim who claimed to have been robbed at gunpoint. Shotgun shells were
Miller Road from Saturn Road to South Glenbrook Drive had been closed during the standoff.
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