Holbrook Man Arrested, Charged With Kidnapping After Standoff

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HOLBROOK, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — Holbrook Police said they arrested and charged a man there with kidnapping and resisting arrest after a standoff in a home there Monday afternoon.

Police said they were out to serve the man, Noah Hennessey of Holbrook, with arrest warrants at about 11:00 AM on Monday when he barricaded himself inside 21 Union Street.

The surrounding homes were evacuated and Union Street was shut down as local and state police began negotiating with Hennessey. A female who was in the home managed to escape out of a back window unharmed.

The standoff finally came to an end at around 4:00 PM when police were able to convince Hennessey to surrender peacefully. In addition to the new kidnapping and resisting arrest charges, the man was also brought in on six outstanding arrest warrants from Bristol and Plymouth counties.

Hennessey is being held overnight at the Holbrook Police Station and will be arraigned in Quincy District Court on Tuesday.

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