DE union lawyer says inmates have 5 hostages

PRISON guards at a maximum security prison in DE have been taken hostage by inmates. That is standard procedure in DE when there is trouble at one of the prisons.

Investigators said the inmates took control of a building that houses up to 150 people.

Guards have been taken hostage at a prison in DE which houses minimum, medium and maximum security inmates.

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All state prisons have been put on lockdown, per Department of Correction policy, multiple sources reported.

Geoff Klopp, president of the Correctional Officer's Association of DE, said there is a hostage situation at the prison, but he did not know how many guards are involved.

Department of Corrections spokeswoman Jayme Gravell told the News Journal that state police and DOC response teams were called in to deal with the hostage situation.

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Ms Gravell described the situation as an isolated incident, adding that there was no threat to the public.

According to the department's website, the all-male facility is the state's largest prison, housing around 2,500 inmates. It is also the site of the state's death row and where executions were carried out.

At a press briefing shortly after 5 p.m., officials said one of the five hostages was released and taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. A department sharpshooter later shot and killed 45-year-old Scott Miller, according to the report, ending the standoff.

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