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Three Arrest After Early Morning SWAT Standoff

The search continues for Dennis Goode who is considered armed and dangerous.
Jordan Romero
Jordan Romero
Robert Kloeppel
Robert Kloeppel
Bradley Reppond
Bradley Reppond
JOPLIN, MO--- It started with a tip that Newton County burglary suspect Dennis Goode may be hiding in a home at 1411 East 17th Street. The Joplin Police S.W.A.T. Team was called in just before 5 this morning. The team established a perimeter and began attempting to make contact with those inside. Neighbors were notified and given the option of evacuating the area.

"We received some information from a citizen who thought he may be here. When we arrived there was a vehicle that was involved that was at this location lead us to believe he might be here," says Lt. Matt Stewart with the Joplin Police Department.

The lengthy process was resolved around 9:30am when five individuals came out voluntarily. Three of those had unrelated warrants in Joplin and Jasper County and were taken into custody. Jordan Romero, 24, had a felony Failure to Appear warrant on the original charge for Delivery of a Controlled Substance. Bradley Reppond, 29, had a misdemeanor Failure to Appear Warrant on the original charge of drug possession. Robert Kloeppel, 34, had a misdemeanor Failure to Appear warrant on the original charge of public consumption.

The search continues for Dennis Goode who is considered armed and dangerous. If anyone has any information on the location of Goode, contact the Joplin Police Department.

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