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On September 28th, 2022, Officers responded to 1215 N. Locust Street reference white smoke coming from the back of the residence.

Contact was made with Dulce Renteria at the back of the residence whom advised she was burning excess wire from the
house. During the smoke investigation, officers contacted Alejandro Loforte Escalona through a window of the residence that was open.

 Alejandro was found to have six active Hall County Warrants.

Dulce denied that Alejandro was in the residence and refused to go inside the residence to get him.

When Dulce was advised that a warrant was going to be obtained for the residence, she attempted to flee back into the house and was told to stop.

As Dulce was told to stop, Officers attempted to physically detain her, however, she pulled away and started to tussle with the officers before she was placed into handcuffs.

Dulce also refused to walk with officers freely to the patrol vehicle.

Dulce was informed that Alejandro had warrants and she still refused to cooperate and stated he was not in the house.

A search warrant was obtained for the residence and the Grand Island Tactical Response Team (TRT) executed the warrant on the residence.

Announcements were made for approximately 1 hour asking that the occupants inside the residence exit.

Chemical irritants were introduced into the house, which caused a second male, Gabriel Subit, to exit the house.

Gabriel failed to exit the house after dozen of announcements were made.

The Tactical Response Team located Alejandro as he was barricaded and hiding inside the attic and refused to come out.

Alejandro was arrested on his six Hall County warrants as well as obstruction.

Alejandro Loforte- Escalone arrested for 6 Hall County Warrants & Obstruction (Police)

Gabriel Subit arrested for Obstructing (Police)

Dulce Renteria arrested for Obstructing (Police), Resisting Arrest & Aiding Consummation of
Felony.



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