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Page Lumber Armed Standoff

April 16
15:27 2014

On April 13, 2014, at approximately 2:16am, Page Police Officers responded to Page Lumber, located at 655 South Lake Powell Boulevard in reference to a commercial burglary alarm, which then turned into the scene of an armed standoff.

Page LumberWhile attempting to secure the building, officers observed the suspect, a white male adult later identified as 48 year old Clinton Davis from Chubbuck, Idaho, climb through a broken window with a shotgun. Officers attempted to confront Davis who fled and hid in the outside fenced portion of the business. Officers were able to relocate Davis after an hour and a half standoff ensued during which Davis held the shotgun to his own head and threatened suicide. Additional Officers from the Page Police Department and Coconino County Sheriff’s Office arrived on scene to assist with containing the situation.

A Page Police Officer was able to engage Davis in conversation and eventually was able to get him to lower the shotgun. Another Officer was able to deploy a Taser, subduing Davis, who was taken into custody.

During the follow-up investigation it was determined that Davis had stolen the shotgun and a vehicle from Bear Lake County, Idaho. Davis admitted that he had burglarized several residential buildings around Bear Lake prior to coming to Page. It was further discovered that Davis was also responsible for two burglaries at Page Lumber in April 2012.

Davis was arrested and booked on the following charges; ARS 13-1508.A (Burglary 1st Degree, Possess Deadly Weapon) 13-1505.A1 (Possession of Burglary Tools) 13-2904.A6 (Disorderly Conduct, Recklessly Handles a Deadly Weapon) 13-1602.A1(Criminal Damage) 13-1802.A5 (Possession of Stolen Property) 13-3102.A4 (Prohibited Possessor of a Firearm).

This case will be submitted and reviewed by the Coconino County Attorney’s Office. The Page Police Department will continue to work with authorities in Idaho, who are investigating Davis’ actions there.

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