Man OK after 'mental-health crisis'

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 A man who was having what Commerce City police called "a mental-health crisis" is in stable condition at an area hospital after an incident Oct. 6.

It started shortly before 9 a.m. in the 16300 block of East 104th Place.

Cmdr. Robert Renfrow said police got a call of a person causing problems. Officers found the man damaging property inside the home. The man, whose name wasn't released, also started a small fire inside the home. South Adams County Fire Department and Northglenn Ambulance assisted in putting out the fire.

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