Deputies in Thousand Oaks say eight people were arrested following a stand-off at a house that started with an armed assault on deputies.
They say around 8:40 AM Wednesday morning deputies went to the house in the 100 block of Teasdale Street to conduct a probation search and look for 28-year-old Cameron Burn of Thousand Oaks who was wanted for assault with a deadly weapon and had recently been seen with a .45 caliber handgun.
Deputies first contacted 30-year-old Karl Duncan who they say was belligerent and fought with them.
They say as they struggled with Duncan, 31-year-old Robert Burn and his 60-year-old father Edward, advanced toward the deputies armed with a baseball bat and a landscape trimmer.
Deputies struggled with Duncan and arrested him but Robert and Edward Burn continued to be uncooperative and retreated inside the house starting a barricade situation.
The SWAT Team, Tactical Negotiations Unit, and the Unmanned Aerial Systems Unit responded.
After hours of negotiations, Robert and Edward Burn surrendered and were arrested for threatening the deputies.
Deputies say 28-year-old Cameron Burn came out and was arrested for the previous alleged assault with a deadly weapon that brought them to the house in the first place.
Four other people would be arrested, one that came out on her own, two found hiding in a shed in the backyard and one found hiding in the attic.
They were arrested on a variety of charges from being under the influence of drugs to outstanding warrants.
No injuries were reported.