While serving the search warrant, police officers discovered a stolen vehicle that had been torn apart
The Butler County S.W.A.T. team was called in to help serve an arrest warrant in Andover Tuesday evening.
Capt. Justin Phillips with the Andover Police Department said they were attempting to serve a warrant at 216 W. Harry.
"The S.W.A.T. team was used just because we were concerned one of the people we thought might be in the house might be a danger to officers," said Captain Justin Phillips.
While serving the search warrant, police officers discovered a stolen vehicle at the residence that had been torn apart, so they got a search warrant to also recover the remnants of the car.
There were no problems during the execution of the search or serving of the arrest warrants.
Phillips said the person they were concerned about was not at the home, but they did arrest a woman who was in the home on an Andover municipal warrant and a couple of Sedgwick County warrants, all minor offenses, and there will be charges for the stolen car as well.
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