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UPDATE: Suspect arrested, shelter-in-place deactivated in Lompoc

Posted at 12:15 PM, Apr 29, 2020

UPDATE: Lompoc police say the incident was a domestic violence call involving a couple.

The man was eventually taken into custody.

Residents no longer need to shelter-in-place.

ORIGINAL STORY: Santa Barbara County Sheriff Deputies are working an incident in Lompoc causing a shelter-in-place order.

Deputies say the shelter-in-place is for the neighborhood near 516 Brookside Drive.

This location is near the Widescape Village apartments and the Walmart and Applebee's shopping center.

KSBY has a crew at the scene and will have updates as information becomes available.