Standoff in Tulare comes to an end
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- A South Valley standoff that lasted more than 12-hours ended early Saturday morning when the suspect walked out of the house.
Tulare Police say 40-year-old Wayne Jernagan refused to come out of the house -- after officers responded to a domestic disturbance call around four o'clock Friday afternoon.
Police say Jernagan had a gun -- they blocked off part of the neighborhood as a precaution.
A police negotiator was able to get him to come out of the house just before 4:30 Saturday morning.
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