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Man in custody after firing shots, exposing himself and climbing wires in northwest DC

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WASHINGTON - Authorities say a man is in custody after firing shots, exposing himself and climbing wires and rooftops in a northwest D.C.

neighborhood Wednesday in a standoff that lasted into the early morning hours.Police say the man was experiencing a mental health crisis when he climbed across power lines from one side of the street to the other.

He sat along tree branches and when police weren't able to get him down, they inflated what appeared to be a giant moon bounce.

on the street below.FOX 5 spoke to a woman who said the man broke into her home on Jefferson Street. The woman, who asked not to be identified, said she was at work when she got a call from her neighbor. "He randomly picked my house to enter," she said. "He broke in my door, and he came in. [He] came upstairs, broke the window, and accessed my porch.

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