12-Hour Standoff in Lock Haven Ends With Shooting Suspect Taking Own Life
LOCK HAVEN, Pa. -- A 12-hour standoff in Clinton County ended Thursday morning when the suspected gunman took his own life. Investigators say it started around 9 p.m. Wednesday on Bald Eagle Street in Lock Haven. Police surrounded a home looking for Thomas Matthews in connection with a shooting that happened earlier in the evening in Williamsport. Officers were at the home for several hours before moving to Bellefonte Avenue and the home of Matthews' girlfriend.