SCRIPPS RANCH (CBS8)- Shortly after 10:30pm Tuesday night, a man who had holed himself up in his home for about two hours surrendered to police.
Officers responded to a home on Red Cedar Drive, near the intersection of Red Cedar Lane, after receiving a call about a domestic disturbance. A man in the home reportedly had a gun.
Police say most of the family was able to get out of the home, but a young child remained inside during the standoff.
When the man finally came out of the home, he was heard yelling and screaming. Police say he appeared to be intoxicated. Police then reunited the mother with her child, who was uninjured.
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