North Bay News
Man barricades himself in Bank of America
CORTE MADERA, Calif. (KGO) -- A police standoff at a Marin County bank that lasted nearly six hours ended peacefully Monday night.
The gunman who barricaded himself inside a Bank Of America branch on Tamalpais Drive in Corte Madera is now in police custody.
Authorities arrived on the scene around 4:30 p.m. The gunman reportedly let the bank employees and customers leave before locking himself inside.
It wasn't a robbery; the man appeared to have posted signs in the branch's windows detailing his grievances with the Bank Of America.
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