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Two facing charges after "stand-off" in Dubuque

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DUBUQUE (KWWL) -
Police say two people are in custody after a brief "stand-off" in Dubuque. 
Officers say the tried to arrest Kelshawn Marshall, 28, on Sunday night for several felony warrants. Officers say he wouldn't listen and ran into a home in the 700 block of Lincoln Avenue.
While Police say they were trying to get him to come out, Polynesia Cowart, 48, came out and started yelling at police. 
Coward faces charges for Interference with Official Acts. 
Officers were able to arrest Marshall; on top of the other warrants, Marshall faces charges for Interference with Official Acts. 
Police say they seized marijuana and crack cocaine from inside the home. 
More charges could be possible. 
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