Police Search For Versailles Man Considered 'Armed & Dangerous'

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 5/09/2013 9:15 pm
Police locked down a Versailles neighborhood Thursday afternoon while they looked for a man who was reportedly threatening to harm himself and police.

Police say a man named William Lloyd was a patient in Bluegrass Hospital in Versailles where he reportedly started making threats.

Investigators say he eventually left the hospital and went into the Stonegate Community where police say he was threatening to harm himself and officers.

The neighborhood was placed on lockdown as a precaution.

Police surrounded Lloyd's home and eventually sent in a robot.

They say it showed he wasn't in the house.
 
Investigators say they're looking for Lloyd in a 1991 Gray Pontiac Grand Am.

The latest on the search on ABC 36 News at 11.

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