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SWAT called out to North Little Rock home

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Update: A domestic dispute incident in North Little Rock escalates into a standoff between a suspect and police.

Police arrived to 2204 Ozark Drive around 8:30 p.m. last night.

Inside, they found 34-year-old Alex Witcher with a shotgun.

SWAT and negotiators were called in to remove Witcher from the home.

Shortly before midnight, Witcher surrendered to police.

No one was injured and the person who called 911 was able to leave the home unharmed.

Witcher now faces an aggravated assault charge.

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SWAT and North Little Rock Police are at a home on Ozark Drive.

Sgt. Brian Dedrick says a domestic incident has escalated.  

Ozark Drive is located in the Indian Hills area of North Little Rock.

We have a crew on the scene and will bring you more information as it becomes available and coming up at 4:30 AM on Daybreak.

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