Man in custody after standoff in parents’ house

The man has an outstanding felony warrant

A July 2016 booking photo of Uriah Schlosser from the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office.
A July 2016 booking photo of Uriah Schlosser from the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office.

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — A man is accused of barricading himself inside his parents’ Vancouver home for several hours Wednesday evening, the Clark County Sheriff’s Office said.

The SWAT team took 30-year-old Uriah Schlosser into custody without incident around 9 p.m. after he allegedly broke into his parents home on NE 119th Street around 4:30 p.m.

Authorities said they did everything they could to get him to come out on his own, including sending in a robot.

However, when the robot couldn’t find him, SWAT members moved in.

Schlosser does not live at the house and the sheriff’s office said he broke in by shattering the glass patio door. Authorities said his parents left the house in fear after telling their son he wasn’t welcome and asking him to leave.

His mother told KOIN 6 News his father called police.

No one else was in the house and no one was injured during the standoff but authorities learned the man has an outstanding warrant for a felony.

Schlosser was booked into the Clark County jail on a Multnomah County felony warrant for hit and run and new charges of domestic violence and breaking and entering.