Vancouver standoff ends after police try to serve warrant

VANCOUVER, Wash. – Police called out the SWAT team Friday evening to try to serve a search warrant on a man who they believed was holed up at an apartment at Southeast 160th Avenue and Mill Plain Boulevard, according to Vancouver police.

Police said he was wanted for felony assault. SWAT responded at about 5 p.m. The standoff ended a little over an hour later. But police would not say how it ended or who was taken into custody.