Police: 3 men charged for crossing crime scene tape, threatening officers during standoff

Three more men are facing charges stemming from a standoff in Middletown where Ebb Duhamel (far left) barricaded himself inside a home. From left to right: Ebb Duhamel, Kyle Albin, Robert Myers Jr. and Jordan Ibsen. (Middletown Police Department)

MIDDLETOWN, Ohio (WKRC) - Three more men are facing charges stemming from a standoff in Middletown.

Police say Kyle Albin, Robert Myers Jr. and Jordan Ibsen were part of an unruly crowd gathered at the scene of a police standoff Thursday on Baltimore Avenue. Officers say they crossed the crime scene tape and threatened officers.

Police were there because Ebb Duhamel had barricaded himself inside the home. Duhamel is wanted in Warren County for aggravated menacing, inducing panic and for violating a temporary protection order. Officers say he was involved in a standoff with police in Franklin Township earlier in the morning.

Duhamel was charged with inducing panic and resisting arrest.

Albin, Myers and Ibsen are charged with disorderly conduct and misconduct at an emergency. Albin also had a warrant.

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