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San Jose barricaded suspect taken into custody following standoff

Written by KTVU staff

SAN JOSE, Calif. (FOX-35) -- A police standoff with a barricaded suspect in San Jose ended Thursday after the man surrendered.

The incident started around 7 a.m. when officers from Santa Clara County's gun violence prevention task force were serving a search warrant at a home on Lantern Way and Singleton Road.

The man then barricaded himself inside the home, prompting the standoff.

Police evacuated several nearby homes due to safety risks while negotiators were brought in. Those residents were later allowed back.

After the man surrendered, officers continued to search the home for evidence.

San Jose police search warrant results in barricaded subject, roads closed nearby

Police serving a search warrant in San Jose are dealing with a barricaded subject, according to the San Jose Police Department. 

Police are currently on scene in the 3200 block of Lantern Way to serve a search warrant. Officers say a suspect is barricaded inside the residence, and police believe they are armed. 

Tactical negotiators are trying to find a peaceful surrender. For now, road closures are in place on Singleton Road Verdi Drive to Locke Drive. 

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