Samuel Nathan Duran
Friends and relatives of a man accused in a Roseville standoff last month were among more than two-dozen arrests made by police in a sweep on Wednesday.
Five Roseville officers and one federal agent were hurt in last month’s standoff with Samuel Nathan Duran, who faces multiple charges including attempted murder.
One week after a gunman barricaded himself inside and allegedly injured six officers, Roseville’s Police chief is opening up to CBS13 about what happened that night.
Samuel Duran entered a not guilty plea to charges stemming from a shooting and standoff in Roseville last weekend.
Samuel Nathan Duran faced charges related to Friday’s alleged shooting and standoff for the first time on Tuesday, though he did not enter a plea. He faces a dozen charges, which include seven counts of attempted murder.
The 32-year-old has a violent criminal past, including arrests in the past five years for assault with a deadly weapon, attempted robbery, attempted carjacking, domestic violence and resisting arrest.
While investigators are being tight-lipped about the negotiations that brought a peaceful end to a violent day, neighbors across the street from where the Samuel Nathan Duran was barricaded heard most of what happened.
Friday afternoon at 3:03 p.m., a Roseville Police crime suppression unit was checking out apartment buildings. A federal ICE agent working as a gang expert joined them.
Roseville Police announced that Samuel Nathan Duran was originally sought for a parole violation before Friday’s standoff. He is expected to face a parole violation charge, as well as numerous attempted murder charges.
In total, four officers were wounded on Friday. Three are still being treated at Sutter Roseville Medical Center, but a Roseville Police officer has been released after being treated for shrapnel to the face.
An agent with Homeland Security Investigations has been shot in Roseville, and the suspected shooter is now holed up in a house.