Flights to San Diego airport resume; gunman taken into custody after five-hour standoff

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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.

Shooter at apartment complex in San Diego

Shooter at apartment complex in San Diego

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.

Shooter at apartment complex in San Diego

Shooter at apartment complex in San Diego

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.