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UPDATE: Police confirm wanted man “apprehended” in Clark Co. stand off

UPDATE (5:16 a.m.) — Police confirm wanted man has been “apprehended” in Clark Co. stand off.

The stand off is over but the scene is still very active.

Officials are still asking community members to avoid the area of East Mill Street in the Town of Loyal.


UPDATE (Friday 4:30 a.m.) — An officer is transported to an area hospital during a stand off in the Town of Loyal according to a press release from the Clark County Sheriff’s Department.

Police say negotiators tried to get Robert Domine to come out of his home “peaceably” several times but he continually refused.

The press release says after about two hours of making announcements, gas was introduced into the residence. Officials say the Marathon County Bomb squad sent their robot in but it was unable to make it up the stairs. When authorities tried to enter through a garage door, they say two gun shots were heard coming from the residence.

An officer was transported to the hospital for precautionary measures and is doing fine, according to police.


UPDATE ( Friday 4:00 a.m.) — There is still a heavy police presence in Loyal as they try to resolve a situation, according to a Facebook post by the Clark County Sheriff’s Department.

As of 2 a.m. Friday morning, officials were still on scene for a situation involving a man with a gun. This all started with a chase Wednesday night, according to police.

The sheriff’s department said Robert Domine “displayed a handgun” and ran into a wooded area near County HWY Z.

Residents say they spotted Domine running home Thursday.

“Well after Bob got into his house, they all came with there swat team. Everyone surrounded him and barricaded him,” Randy Seliskar said.

Around 9:30 Thursday night a News 9 reporter on scene heard officials demanding Domine to exit the home. The reporter says they saw the Marathon Oneida Bomb Squad deploying a robot as well as claiming to see tear gas deployed.

Officials are asking people to avoid the area of East Mill Street in the Town of Loyal.


Per a post on the Loyal School District’s Facebook page, students who drive or get to school via bus have been dismissed.

Parents of students who walk to school will need to pick up their child or children, the post says. Parents should “plan to come into the building to get them.”


CLARK COUNTY (WAOW) — The Loyal School District is currently under lockdown as Clark County sheriffs attempt to “peacefully resolve a situation” from Wednesday, according to a Facebook post.

You can read the posts below:

“Based on information from the Clark County Law Enforcement, the Loyal School District is locked in the building until further notice,” the Loyal School District said in a statement. “No one is allowed in or out of the building at this time.”

School district officials indicated “the situation that is driving the lock in is not at the school.”

News 9 will have more details on this breaking story as they become available.

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