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Situation resolved after Aurora Police respond to shots fired call

APD said the incident occurred near East 12th Avenue and Dallas Street.

AURORA, Colo. — A SWAT situation came to a peaceful resolve Saturday evening in Aurora.

A little before 10:30 a.m. a person found their stolen vehicle in the area of East 12th Avenue and Dallas Street, Aurora Police (APD) said. During a confrontation, shots were fired and the victim left the area to call 911, according to police. 

Two people were believed to be in the home, APD said. 

SWAT team members and crisis negotiators arrived and worked for hours to get the two people to come outside. Just before 5:30 p.m., APD tweeted that the two men who were in the home, came out and were taken into custody. 

Police said the men were checked out by medical staff. It was unclear what possible charges the men may face, police said

One of the men taken into custody had outstanding arrest warrants, according to police.

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