APPLETON, Wis. - A man is in custody following a standoff in Appleton Sunday.
Police said a woman came to the Appleton Police Department just before 10 a.m. to report a domestic battery incident.
"It was determined that a weapon had been used as part of the battery and officers were deployed up to the 2400 block of N. Division St. to start to investigate the incident a bit further," said Appleton Police Sgt. Dave Lund.
Officials said the man at the home wouldn't come out, and at approximately 12:45 p.m., a SWAT team was called to the home.
A perimeter was set up for about 45 minutes, and the immediate area was evacuated.
"Officers did see the subject come out of the residence about 1:20 this afternoon, and upon giving him commands, they were able to take him into custody without incident," Lund said.
Evacuated residents have been allowed back inside their homes.
The investigation continues.
The Outagamie County District Attorney's office is reviewing possible charges against a former Appleton West High School teacher's aide.
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