By CBS13 Staff

MODESTO (CBS13) — Police released body camera footage Thursday from an hours-long standoff at a Modesto townhouse.

credit: Modesto Police

Police say 26-year-old Alonzo Warren barricaded himself in a Modesto townhouse after an attempted traffic stop on Dec. 15. Warren reportedly fired more than 100 rounds from the townhouse, striking an armored police vehicle, a police SUV, nearby vehicles in the complex and multiple walls.

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Several Modesto police officers and SWAT officers returned fire after being directly shot at.

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No one was injured in the standoff. After nearly four hours, Warren surrendered and was taken from the scene on a gurney. He is facing charges of attempted murder and felony weapons violations for the standoff.

The officer-involved shooting is still under investigation.

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Video from the incident can be found here. Viewer discretion is advised.