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UPDATED: Police Arrest McLean Man for Alleged Assault, Ending Eight-Hour-Long Road Closure

(Updated at 9:15 a.m.) Fairfax County police arrested a man early this morning, ending an eight-hour-long barricade situation that closed Old Dominion Drive in McLean.

Police responded yesterday (May 28) to a home around 4:30 p.m. in the 6300 block of Old Dominion Drive after a family member reported an assault, the police department tweeted at 7:04 p.m.

“The victim was able to leave the house. 25-year-old Sean Price, of McLean, refused to come out and barricaded himself in the home,” according to a press release.

Police contained the scene while crisis negotiators and tactical officers worked to “peacefully resolve the situation,” the press release said.

Police arrested Price and charged him with assault and violation of a protective order around 12:30 a.m. today (May 29), ending the barricade that closed Old Dominion Drive between Valley Avenue and Kirby Road.

Map via Google Maps and image via Twitter

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