North Fort Myers man arrested on Coon Road after barricading in home

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Conner Hawk, 28. (CREDIT: Lee County Sheriff’s Office)

A 28-year-old man was arrested after he was barricaded inside his home on Coon Road, saying he wanted to be killed by law enforcement.

Conner Hawk faces charges of crime against a person, aggravated assault on a first responder and firing a weapon.

Deputies said it was the second time they were called to the home on Wednesday. The first time was at around 2:30 a.m. to handle a verbal dispute between Hawk and two women he was romantically involved with.

Conner Hawk, 28. (CREDIT: Lee County Sheriff’s Office)

Once the women and the Lee County Sheriff’s Office left, Hawk called the sheriff’s office again and made “suicidal comments due to his night not going as planned, and stating he wanted to be killed via law enforcement,” the sheriff’s office said.

When deputies arrived again, Hawk fired one round through his glass front door, the sheriff’s office said.

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