Police identify alleged San Diego gunman

San Diego police and fire personnel work to secure a neighborhood in San Diego on Wednesday, Nov. 4, 1015. (AP Photo/Greg Bull)

Police have identified the gunman who fired off sporadic rounds inside an apartment complex, disrupting air traffic at the nearby San Diego International Airport.

Officials say 33-year-old Titus Colbert surrendered to police after a more than five-hour standoff Wednesday, and no injuries were reported.

The Federal Aviation Administration halted incoming flights for several hours as a precaution because planes swoop low near the apartment complex before landing.

San Diego Police Lt. Scott Wahl says Colbert threw "multiple weapons" out the window of a rooftop apartment before being taken into custody.

Wahl says officers exchanged gunfire with the suspect in the morning after responding to a domestic violence call at the apartment, where the victim lives.

Related Topics:
travelairport newsshootingcrimeinvestigationviolencebuzzworthypolicedomestic violenceSan DiegoCalifornia
(Copyright ©2018 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)