$3K bond for man who barricaded himself inside home with kids

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A man who police say barricaded himself and his two children inside their Northwest Side home Tuesday morning was ordered held on a $3,000 bond Wednesday.

Ross M. Bulski, 32, is charged with aggravated assault/use of a deadly weapon and domestic battery, both misdemeanors, according to Chicago Police.

Officers responded to a call of a person with a gun in the 3000 block of North Harlem at 6:20 a.m., police said. Bulski had forced his 33-year-old wife out of their home at gunpoint, and barricaded himself in the apartment with his two children, police said.

Police negotiated with Bulski, and he was taken into custody about 10 a.m. “without incident,” police said. No one was hurt, and a weapon was recovered.

Bulski was ordered held on a $3,000 bond Wednesday, and is next scheduled to appear in court April 28.

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