ID released in deadly Englewood standoff


The man who police say fatally shot himself after firing at Englewood officers was identified tonight as 24-year-old Clarence Sanford of Englewood, according to the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office. An autopsy is scheduled for Saturday.

UPDATE @ 7:15 p.m. (Sept. 23):

Englewood police have released body camera video during a standoff this afternoon that turned deadly. The Montgomery County Coroner’s Office has still not released the identity of the man who police said shot himself during the incident.

UPDATE @ 4:26 p.m. (Sept. 23):

The man who shot himself after firing a shot at Englewood police during a standoff this afternoon has died, according to the coroner’s office.

The man’s identity has not been released pending notification of family.

UPDATE @ 2:06 p.m.:

A man who shot himself after a brief standoff with police fired one round over officers heads before turning the gun on himself, according to police.

Sgt. Mike Lang said no officers returned fire during the incident.

Neighbors in the area said they heard the shots, but said Englewood police handled the situation well.

Police said they are working to release body camera video and well as cruiser camera video from the incident.

The man’s condition is not yet known.

UPDATE @ 1:44 p.m.:

A brief standoff with police on Commons Avenue in Englewood has ended following a self-inflicted shooting, according to police.

Police have not released the suspect’s condition.

INITIAL REPORT:

Multiple police cruisers and medics are in the area of Commons Avenue this afternoon.

Officers were seen with long rifles in the area.

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