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SWAT Team Arrests 2 After 6-Hour Standoff In Hollywood

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A SWAT team took two people into custody after a six-hour standoff in Hollywood on Monday.

Authorities went to the 1200 block of Vermont Ave. near Fountain Ave. around 1:15 p.m. when they were alerted about a stabbing, according to City News Service. The two who had barricaded themselves in the home came out around 7 p.m.

They were both arrested and taken to the hospital for unknown injuries, reported KTLA. Detectives are investigating as to whether the people arrested were involved in the reported stabbing.

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