EAGLE MOUNTAIN, Utah (ABC4) — The suspect involved in the police standoff on Kestrel Way in Eagle Mountain has surrendered peacefully, according to the Utah County Sheriff’s Office.


EAGLE MOUNTAIN, Utah (ABC4) — An elderly man was shot in a domestic dispute that turned into a police standoff, according to the Utah County Sheriff’s Office. The shooter is still barricaded in a house on Kestrel Way.

The victim has been taken to a local hospital via Intermountain LifeFlight in “fair condition.”

Sgt. Spencer Canyon from USCO told ABC4 that they received a 911 call about a domestic dispute around 1:45 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 12. Police later learned that a 72-year-old man was shot.

Canyon said the shooter fired multiple rounds in a house, with some bullets penetrating a wall and one hitting the elderly man. The shooter and victim are believed to be married to one another.

Four schools in the Alpine District are on lockdown at the moment. That includes Cedar Valley High School, Mountain Trails Elementary, Frontier Middle School and Eagle Valley Elementary.

ORIGINAL STORY: Police standoff ongoing in Eagle Mountain, schools placed under ‘secure mode’

EAGLE MOUNTAIN, Utah (ABC4) — Law enforcement agencies are in a standoff near Kestrel Way in Eagle Mountain, and three schools have been placed under ‘secure mode.’

Eagle Mountain City said it is a domestic violence incident. Residents are asked to avoid the area.

Cedar Valley High School, Mountain Trails Elementary and Eagle Valley Elementary are on lockdown as a precaution, but they are not involved in the incident.

This is a developing story. Check back as more information becomes available.