DETROIT (WWJ) — An eight-hour standoff on Detroit’s east side ended with a man in custody on Monday morning.

Detroit Police Chief James Craig said a 39-year-old man who barricaded himself in a home on Kensington Street, near I-94 and Whittier had been awake since last Thursday and had been drinking and doing drugs.

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The standoff started after the man was involved in an incident with his neighbor surrounding a dog and wristwatch. The suspect fired shots earlier in the standoff, but there were none fired as he was taken into custody.

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Police arrested the man after they fired tear gas into the home. The man reportedly has a history of mental illness.

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