Standoff ends with arrest |

Standoff ends with arrest

After a 911 call led to a four-hour standoff at a Prosser area residence, authorities arrested a parolee whose girlfriend claimed he assaulted her.

On Monday, Truckee police received a call from a woman, who said she had fled her residence after allegedly being assaulted by her boyfriend, Craig Adams, 27, according to a department news release.

Truckee police responded to the residence at about 6 p.m., and were joined by personnel from Placer and Nevada County sheriff’s offices and the California Highway Patrol, surrounding the Prosser area home.

When Adams allegedly refused to come out of his home, police said they decided that with his criminal history and current parole, to surround the building and continue to try to make contact.

After over four hours, Truckee Police officers entered the home at about 10:30 p.m., arresting Adam’s without further incident.

Adams is being held in Nevada County Jail on charges of felony domestic violence, false imprisonment, criminal death threats, and a felony violation of parole, and is being held without bail.

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