SAN DIEGO — Flights to San Diego International Airport have resumed after police took into custody a gunman who fired shots at a nearby apartment complex, posing a threat to air traffic.
Police Lt. Scott Wahl says the domestic violence suspect walked out of the complex Wednesday afternoon, November 4th — ending a more than five-hour standoff with officers.
Officers swarmed the building and exchanged gunfire with the man after responding to a domestic violence call.
The Federal Aviation Administration lifted its orders barring all flights from landing after the gunman moved into a part of his apartment where no longer posed a threat to air traffic.
He surrendered shortly after that.
Wahl says no one was reported hurt.