Police: Man wanted on felony warrant locks himself in Rome house

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A man wanted on a felony arrest warrant in Minnesota was arrested after locking himself in a home in Rome on Tuesday morning, according to a release.

Around 10:10 a.m. the Rome Police Department responded to 1468 Rain Dane Trail to arrest Jacob Michael Scott, 42, officials said.

When officers got there, they could see Scott through a window, but he ignored their commands to come out of the house, according to the release. Officers entered the home at 1:51 p.m. and arrested Scott without incident.

As a precaution, the road in front of the house was closed during the incident, police said.

Scott was taken to the Adams County jail where officials expect to file local charges, in addition to the outstanding Minnesota warrants.