BOONE, N.C. - A Boone man was taken into custody Wednesday morning after an 11-hour standoff, the Boone Police Department said.
Officers said they were called to a home on Keystone Drive on Tuesday night because of a domestic assault.
The victim, who suffered minor injuries, and another woman were able to leave the home and meet with officers, police said.
The suspect, 56-year-old John Roberts, refused to leave the house and allegedly had several weapons, according to officers.
The police department’s Special Operations Team came to the scene, and an 11-hour standoff ensued. Police said around 6 a.m., Roberts left the house and was taken into custody.
He was taken to Watauga Medical Center for evaluation, officers said.
Police said they obtained warrants charging Roberts with assault on a female and assault by pointing a gun.
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