UPDATE: Davis Man Wanted On Weapons Charge Surrenders
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DAVIS (CBS13) – A man barricaded himself inside a Davis home for several hours on Monday before the situation ended peacefully with his arrest.
Officers went to a residence in the 2700 block of Adrian Drive to serve a 26-year-old man with a restraining order around 4 p.m. and he refused to come out.
It was later determined that he had an outstanding weapons charge.
People in the area were asked to stay inside and drivers were turned away.
A SWAT team was on scene and police began negotiating with the man at about 6 p.m. He surrendered shortly before 7 p.m. His name wasn’t immediately available.
Check back with cbssacramento.com for more on this story.