HAYWARD, Calif. (KGO) -- A police standoff that put an East Bay neighborhood on lockdown for 12 hours ended with a dramatic arrest.
Around 2 p.m. on Sunday, SWAT teams surrounded a house in Hayward as what appeared to be gas or smoke poured through the windows. Minutes later, officers escorted a man in handcuffs away from the scene.
It all began at 2 a.m. when police say the suspect shot at an officer during a traffic stop near Winton Avenue and Soto Road.
The officer was not hurt.
Police say the suspect was driving a car that could be connected with a shooting Saturday night.
12-hour neighborhood lockdown in Hayward ends in dramatic arrest