BROOMFIELD, Colo. (CBS4) — The search for a barefoot woman in handcuffs prompted several schools in Broomfield to go on lockout on Thursday afternoon. Police arrested Kendra Duran Thursday night.
This is the woman we are looking for. 33-year-old Kendra Duran. Once again…please call 911 if you see her. pic.twitter.com/M6u89xHIR2READ MORE: Colorado Weather: The Horrible Haze Expected To Get Worse
— Broomfield Police (@BroomfieldPD) January 23, 2020
NEW: We were able to locate and arrest Duran. She was found near the Front Range Mobile Home Community at Zuni and Midway. She was taken into custody without incident. Additional charges TBD. Thank you to the community for your patience.
— Broomfield Police (@BroomfieldPD) January 24, 2020READ MORE: Meeting Gets Heated In Douglas County, Some Parents Say Recommendation For Masking In Schools Is Too Much
Officers arrested Duran near the Front Range Mobile Home Community at Zuni and Midway.
Westlake Middle School, Centennial Elementary, Meridian Elementary and Legacy High School were put on lockout due to police activity in the area, but the lockout was lifted a little while later.
Police say Duran, 33, is connected to a domestic incident from earlier in the day.
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