Special Reports

Ontario’s night of police, gunshots, and a siege

Police tried to coax a Nampa man into surrendering after he invaded this second-floor apartment on Ontario's Southeast Sixth Avenue on Thursday, Nov. 29. (The Enterprise/Kristine de Leon)

ONTARIO – A chaotic night in Ontario last week left one man mortally wounded, police hunting his accomplice, and a neighborhood disrupted until early morning hours by police sirens, gunfire and a standoff.

The episode began with a sheriff’s deputy pulling over a car for a minor traffic infraction. By the time it was over nearly five hours . . .