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Suspects in SWAT incident in Pittsburgh identified |

Suspects in SWAT incident in Pittsburgh identified

Alex Nixon
| Saturday, August 1, 2015 1:29 p.m

Pittsburgh police identified three men who were arrested Friday following a SWAT incident in the Northview Heights public housing complex.

Tywan Saunders-David and Michael David, both 18, and Edward Phillips, 19, were taken into custody, police said. They and an unidentified fourth man who was not arrested barricaded themselves inside a residence on Penfort Street when they saw U.S. Marshals and Pittsburgh Police approach about 7:20 a.m. Friday, according to police.

Police and U.S. Marshals were seeking Saunders-David as a suspect in a 2014 homicide.

Saunders-David was charged with felony firearm possession, according to Allegheny County court records. David was charged with marijuana possession.

There was no record of charges against Phillips in court records.

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