SUTHERLIN, Ore. -- A Sutherlin man is behind bars after a short standoff with police today.
The call came in around 1:30 p.m., for a report of a domestic disturbance between a man and a woman off of W. Duke Rd. Officials at the scene say it had to do with the man wanting to move out.
The information the caller gave led the police to respond quickly. Deputy Todd Koberstein of the Douglas County Sheriff's office told KPIC News that there was a gun mentioned in the 911 call. "Part of the radio call that we received, is that he has access to a gun and is suicidal."
The man is also on parole for murder, according to authorities.
The Douglas County Sheriff's Department, along with help from the Sutherlin Police, surrounded the home at 1837 Duke Rd.
The man surrendered peacefully, and Koberstein says they seized two firearms and methamphetamine paraphernalia from the home.
KPIC News was able to capture footage of the unidentified man seated outside the residence in handcuffs.
Koberstein says the man will be charged with unlawful possession of methamphetamine, and at least one count of felon in possession of a firearm.
Officials say there were no injuries in the incident, and no children were present in the home.