From The Orange County Sheriff's Office
At 5:50 a.m. this morning, deputies were attempting to serve a warrant for a burglary at the suspect’s residence. The suspect, Jeremiah James Noe, 30 of Apopka, refused to come out and barricaded himself in the attic.
The suspect was by himself, he was not armed and did not make any threats to deputies. SWAT responded and chemical agents were deployed and the suspect surrendered with no injuries sustained.
The suspect is in custody and will be transported to the jail. There are additional charges, pending a narcotics investigation.
This is a breaking news report. The Apopka Voice will update as further details are known.
Updating: Noe was transported to the Orange County Jail and charged with resisting an officer without violence, receiving money from a pawn broker with false verification, dealing in stolen property/trafficking, 3rd degree grand theft and burglary of a structure. According the the Orange County Jail website, his bail for all of the charges is $502,000.