Police have identified the suspect in custody as 21-year old Cody Alexander.
Alexander currently has an active warrant for his arrest for resisting arrest.
He has non-life threatening injuries.
Springfield police department negotiation team and emergency response teams were on location at the time of his arrest.
As of 8:30 p.m., police now have the man in custody.
The incident was nearly five hours long, first beginning around 4 p.m. Thursday.
The man was wanted on a probation violation warrant.
When police first entered the home, the man tore open his roof and ran from officials on the rooftop.
Police used a ladder to get him down; however, he then jumped back into the attic.
Later, police sent in a K-9 dog.
The man then got back on top of the house, surrounded by police for nearly five hours.
He was in custody around 8:30 p.m., when police said he partially came down from the roof when officers were able to secure him.
SWAT, Springfield Police Department and the sheriff’s department assisted at the scene.
There’s a heavy police presence on Daniel Avenue, as of around 5:15 p.m. Thursday.
The road is currently blocked off, started at 1004 Daniel Avenue in Springfield.
At least seven Springfield police cars are on scene, as well as the sheriff’s department.
A neighbor at the scene claims a young man is locked in the attic in his house after missing a court appearance. Police have not yet confirmed this.
No word yet on the situation, but we will provide more updates as they are received.