Burglar arrested at Spike Jonze's home in Los Feliz following SWAT situation

A burglary suspect allegedly armed with a knife holed up in the Los Feliz area home of film director Spike Jonze for more than four hours on Tuesday before surrendering, according to police and media reports.

Officers went to the 4000 block of Farmouth Drive about 6:15 a.m., according to the Los Angeles Police Department.

The resident told the officers that the unidentified intruder was armed with a knife, so a SWAT team was sent to the scene, police said.

According to TMZ, Jonze arrived home to find the man inside, and was able to get out of the house and call police.

SWAT officers surrounded the home, and the man surrendered about 10:30 a.m. No injuries were reported.

Jonze's directing credits include "Being John Malkovich'' and "Adaptation.'' He won an Oscar for the screenplay to "Her.''

CNS contributed to this report.