Douglas County sheriff’s deputies Wednesday recounted their dramatic standoff with a man accused of greeting them with a gun when they came to evict him from a Roseburg trailer. Three deputies testified on day one of Henry “Hank” John Kuester’s trial in Douglas County Circuit Court. The 64-year-old is accused of pointing a firearm at deputies after they forced their way into his home in the 2200 block of Booth Avenue on Aug. 7. The three-hour standoff ended with sheriff’s deputies using an explosive device and tear gas to force Kuester out of the trailer and into custody. Kuester has …
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