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UPDATE: Two Men Arrested After Barricade Situation in Salisbury

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SALISBURY, Md.- Police arrested two suspects after a barricade situation in Wicomico County Thursday afternoon.

Police say 33-year-old Ali Antonio Bradley led investigators from the Maryland State Police Gang Enforcement Unit in a pursuit. Police say 32-year-old Micah Lamar Blue was in the truck as well. 

According to police, officers saw Bradley and Blue driving erratically near East Church Street in Salisbury. As police attempted to stop the pickup, they say Bradley accelerated, making several abrupt turns, running through stop signs until he made a left turn onto Aydelotte Road. Police say Bradley then got out of the truck  at a dead end, leaving Blue in the car.

Police say Bradley jumped a six-foot fence, causing damage to the fence, and forced his way into the rear of a home on Justice Avenue, where he barricaded himself in the attic. 

After refusing police requests to exit the home, the Wicomico County Sheriff's Office Special Emergency Response Team conducted a tactical entry into the home where Bradley was found hiding under insulation. He was taken into police custody without incident. 

Blue was also taken into police custody at the time of the incident.

Investigators believe Bradley is associated with the residents of the home, but did not have permission to enter. Two adults and two small children were in the home at the time, but police say all four were escorted out safely.

No police officers or citizens were injured during the incident. There were no weapons recovered from the pickup truck or in the residence.

Bradley is charged with fourth-degree burglary, drug and paraphernalia possession, and multiple traffic violations. Blue is charged with drug and paraphernalia possession. 

The Maryland State Police Gang Enforcement Unit,  assigned to the Criminal Enforcement Division received assistance from deputies from the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office.  The Gang Enforcement Unit focuses on a variety of criminal investigations and their involvement in a case does not mean the person arrested is a member of a criminal gang.

The investigation is active and ongoing. 

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