SANTA CRUZ (CBS SF) — A 5-hour standoff with a suspect barricaded inside a home on San Juan Avenue, ended with an arrest, according to Santa Cruz Police.

Police tweeted around 8:45 p.m. that the suspect, a wanted fugitive, was in custody and streets were reopen. Officers assisted at the request of U.S. Marshals.

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Authorities first posted about the incident at around 3:20 p.m., warning residents to avoid the area of San Juan Avenue near Fairmount while officers assisted outside agencies with the apprehension of a suspect.

The Santa Cruz Police Chief later posted that officers were part of an “ongoing tactical response” to a suspect thought to be barricades in a home on San Juan Avenue.

The chief said U.S. Marshals had tracked the suspect to Santa Cruz and he was now barricaded inside the home.

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“Santa Cruz Police are working the problem. We will take the time needed to resolve this issue,” the chief said in the tweet.