Domestic violence incident in Frisco leads to SWAT call |

Domestic violence incident in Frisco leads to SWAT call

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Zachary Grauman

FRISCO – A man arrested at a home on south Second Avenue on Wednesday evening is accused of second-degree burglary, domestic violence and more after an incident with his girlfriend, according to an e-mail from the Town of Frisco.

Zachary Grauman, 27, remained in Summit County Jail on Thursday afternoon on a $7,500 bond. Nobody was injured in the incident.

At about 5:45 p.m. Wednesday, Grauman reportedly forced entry into his girlfriend’s home and threatened her and her roommate. He is also accused of two counts of harassment and violating bond conditions by consuming and possessing alcohol, according to the e-mail.

The Summit County SWAT team was called because it was suspected that a gun was involved in the situation. Once it was revealed that there was no gun involved, the team was asked to stand down.

The situation was cleared by 8:30 p.m. Wednesday.

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