Police: Standoff at Citrus Heights home ends with suspect's arrest

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Police said 31-year-old Daniel Makarov barricaded himself inside his home after physically assaulting his neighbor. (Photo by Citrus Heights police)

CITRUS HEIGHTS, Calif. (KTXL) — A man barricaded himself inside his Citrus Heights home leading to an hours-long standoff, according to police.

Police officials said they responded to reports of an argument between neighbors on La Luna Court near El Sol Way around 9 a.m. The argument became physical when 31-year-old Daniel Makarov assaulted his neighbor.

When they arrived Makarov ran away barricading himself inside of his home, according to police.

Officers said they called a SWAT team for assistance after they found two guns outside of the home. SWAT officers then tried to negotiate a peaceful surrender but Makarov wouldn’t respond.

Around 6 p.m., officers said the suspect had finally been arrested and that they would open the roads in the surrounding area.

 

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