DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - A more than five hour long stand-off in Dayton ended with an arrest Sunday evening.
Jerome Faflik, 47, was taken into custody just after 7 p.m.
Dayton police rushed to 419 Pritz avenue around 2 p.m. after the mother of Faflik's boyfriend called 911 and told dispatchers Faflik had fired a shotgun while arguing with her son in their home.
"My son and his partner are fighting. His partner just shot off a shotgun in the basement," said the mother.
The woman and her adult son got out of the house without any injuries.
SWAT surrounded the home and officials evacuated nearby residents.
Faflik refused to surrender for more than five hours. Officials used sirens and attempted to communicate with Faflik using a loud speaker and by calling his cell phone. Contact was never made.
"We could here him talking to himself from inside garage, which was detached from the house" said Major Brian Johns. "He was unarmed and surrendered."
Johns was taken into custody just after 7 p.m. without incident.
"He was not injured, but under the influence of alcohol and pills," said Major Johns. "Its important we take our time in situations like this one. When there are weapons involved and there is a domestic dispute. We have lost officers in situations like this. Officers have been shot."
No one was injured.
Faflik was taken to Miami Valley Hospital as a precaution.
He has been booked into the Montgomery County Jail on multiple pending charges, including aggravated menacing, inducing panic, using weapons while under the influence of drugs/alcohol and domestic violence.
The investigation is on-going.
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