DAVENPORT, Fla. - A man was arrested Thursday morning bringing a six-hour standoff with Polk County deputies to an end.
Deputies said the man shot at deputies when they arrived on scene responding to a family disturbance and then barricaded himself in the home alone around 10:15 p.m. Wednesday.
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Deputies said no one was injured when the man opened fire outside the home, which is located in the West Haven subdivision of Davenport. That’s just a five-minute drive from Champions Gate.
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Deputies said the man walked out of the house around 4:15 a.m. They said he is being interviewed by detectives.
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The standoff is over. According to @PolkCoSheriff the man gave himself up and walked out of the home, but not before his windows were blown out. Deputies say he shot at them when they first got to the house in the West Haven subdivision just outside Champions Gate. pic.twitter.com/zEHUurwZBh— Q McCray (@QMcCrayWFTV) February 7, 2019
.@PolkCoSheriff deputies, @HainesCityDP and #FDLE agents are dealing with an armed man who barricaded inside a house near Champions Gate. He’s been shooting at law enforcement. The standoff is in its 8th hour pic.twitter.com/Fi9f0cZRs8— Q McCray (@QMcCrayWFTV) February 7, 2019
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