A woman is charged with terroristic threat after east Lubbock st

A woman is charged with terroristic threat after east Lubbock standoff

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

The two hour SWAT call out ends with 22 year old  Rosenda Rey in custody after taking refuge in a bathroom at the Texas Health and Human Services Office on the east side. Investigators haven't reported what set her off and no one was hurt during the two hour standoff. Rey is charged for a terroristic threat enhanced to a three degree felony, she also had two outstanding warrants with LPD. 

"When our officers  arrived they were told by employees that a woman was barricaded in the bathroom," said Tiffany Pelt Public Information Officer with LPD. "They saw what appeared to be a gun and they heard something that sounded like a loud pop." 

Officers evacuated the Texas Health and Human Services Office and alerted nearby businesses in the Mackenzie Village shopping center. The full swat call out brought negotiators, the bomb squad, and a full support staff. Approximately two hours after the initial call, the woman came out of the bathroom and was taken into custody without incident.

While processing the scene officers found a CO2 pellet gun, at the moment of the investigation it was still unclear if she actually fired the gun.

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