Transcript for 3 police officers shot during domestic dispute in Detroit after 14-hour standoff
Next this evening, the deadly 14-hour standoff in Detroit we were watching today. Three women killed, three police officers wounded. And the gunman barricaded inside the home, police saying he vowed, "I will not be taken without a fight." Here's ABC's Alex Perez. Reporter: Officers swarming this Detroit neighborhood after a frantic call of shots fired. Still a active shooter there, still shooting outside. Reporter: The stand-off lasting for some 14 hours. Just a ton of police activity unfolding right now. Reporter: Police say the gunman, barricaded inside a home with his girlfriend, had killed two other women outside when he opened fire on arriving officers, wounding three. Our officers and the dps officers were pinned down for at least an hour while shots were being fired. Reporter: The ordeal, police believe, began when the gunman, identified as 49-year-old Lance Smith, became involved in a domestic situation. The two women who were gunned down, investigators say, were trying to help. The suspect was heard saying, "I will not be taken without a fight." Reporter: With help from robots, authorities finally able to enter the home, discovering the bodies of the suspect and his girlfriend inside. David, those three officers who were shot, their injuries are not life threatening.
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