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Fort Collins man arrested for menacing, false imprisonment after reverse 911 call

Police issued a reverse 911 call to a southeast neighborhood in Fort Collins Sunday upon finding a suspect armed with a gun inside his residence.

Michael Aguirre Jr., 42, was arrested by Fort Collins police for the unlawful restraint of another person and for knowingly placing someone in fear of imminent serious bodily injury under Colorado state law.

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Michael Aguirre Jr. poses for a mug shot. Aguirre Jr., 42, was arrested on April 7, 2019 by Fort Collins police for the unlawful restraint of another person and for knowingly placing someone in fear of imminent serious bodily injury under Colorado state law.
Michael Aguirre Jr., 42, was arrested on April 7 by Fort Collins police for the unlawful restraint of another person and for knowingly placing someone in fear of imminent serious bodily injury under Colorado state law. (Photo courtesy of Larimer County sheriff’s Office)

Aguirre was charged with false imprisonment and menacing, two class five felonies, in addition to child abuse and domestic violence.

FCPS was informed of a domestic disturbance at 5:30 p.m. April 7 in the 6600 block of Antigua Drive, according to a City press release.

Officers discovered Aguirre armed with a gun inside. All other parties were able to exit the home by the time police arrived, according to the release.

After Aguirre refused to comply with an officer’s commands to exit the apartment, the FCPS SWAT team responded to assist.

Police were able to safely take Aguirre into custody after about four hours, and he was booked into the Larimer County Jail.

Police ask anyone with information to contact Detective Annie Hill at 970-221-6340 or Crime Stoppers of Larimer County at 970-221-6868.

For more information, visit www.fcgov.com/police/.

Natalia Sperry can be reached at news@collegian.com or on Twitter @Natalia_Sperry. Olivia Armagno contributed to this report. 

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