UPDATE: The standoff between police and an armed domestic violence suspect in San Diego is over. The suspect has surrendered to police after holding them at bay for roughly five hours. The arrival hold at nearby Lindbergh Field has also come to an end, meaning flights can now land again at the airport.
Police continue to engage in a standoff with an armed man in a San Diego neighborhood. Officials say officers were fired upon when they tried to contact the suspect in a domestic violence call around 10 a.m. at the apartment complex in the Bankers Hill neighborhood. The suspect is now said to be holed up inside an apartment, though police don't believe he's taken any hostages.
Meanwhile, the standoff has caused issues around the neighborhood and at nearby Lindbergh Field. Airport officials have grounded all arriving flights because the flight paths go directly over the neighborhood where the standoff is taking place. That ground stop is now impacting departing flights, with hundreds of people currently stranded at the airport. Several schools near the standoff area have also been placed in lockdown mode.
'@Rhett_CTR airport ground stop. No flights allowed to land. My United flight is not being allowed to leave Denver— Jen Gassman (@JenniferGassman) November 4, 2015