Update: See mug of Anthony West, fugitive at center of Gary Revis mistaken identity standoff
Update with new photo below: If Gary Revis had simply remained cool, he probably wouldn't be facing major charges following a long SWAT team standoff in Aurora. But cool he wasn't.
Gary Revis. More photos below, including a newly released booking photo of Anthony West.
Revis's actions after being mistaken for Anthony West, who's suspected in a domestic violence incident, have landed him in jail. Meanwhile, West remains at large as of this writing. Details below.
At around 1 a.m. on May 20, according to the Aurora Police Department, officers were sent to a disturbance at 1921 Clinton Street.
The apartment building where the standoff took place. This image and others from the scene are from 7News coverage.
Upon their arrival at apartment 101, they encountered a woman who said she'd been assaulted by her boyfriend, West.
By then, West was nowhere to be seen, and after cops took the woman's report, they split. But around 1:30 a.m., another call came into dispatch from the same location.
West had reportedly returned and made threats to the occupants of the apartment while brandishing a handgun. But as before, he made himself scarce before they showed up.
Under the theory West might still be nearby, officers canvassed the immediate area and soon came across what the APD describes as "a male subject matching the description of the suspect" in an apartment building hallway.
As you've guessed by now, this was Revis, not West.
But rather than explaining this as police moved toward him, Revis allegedly fled, winding up inside apartment 204 in the same complex.
The cops tried to push their way into the unit, but the APD says he slammed the door in their faces and blocked the entry with some kind of object.
He wasn't alone. Police subsequently learned that the pad was occupied by a woman and her four children.
Continue for more about the arrest of Gary Revis and search for Anthony West, including -- update -- West's booking photo.