A federal appeals court ruled that a home owner isn’t owed any compensation by police after a SWAT team blasted away at his Colorado house in a stand-off with an armed shoplifter and left the property a total loss. Leo Lech sued after police in the village of Greenwood fired gas munition and 40-millimeter rounds through the windows of his home in the June 2015 standoff with the shoplifter who had barricaded himself inside. Cops even went as far as driving an armored vehicle through the doors, tossed flash-bang grenades inside and detonated explosives in the walls of the property. A federal appeals court ruled Leo Lech isn’t owed any compensation by police after a SWAT team blasted away at his Colorado house (pictured) in a stand-off with an armed shoplifter and left the property a total loss Robert Jonathan Seacat, 33, (pictured) allegedly fired upon officers when they went to arrest him for shoplifting at a Walmart in neighboring Aurora. Seacat then randomly ran into Leo Lech’s home in Greenwood, setting off a 19-hour standoff with police Leo Lech (pictured) had estimated his losses at about $250,000 after the standoff ended and filed a civil suit seeking compensation for the… Read full this story
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