Domestic violence suspect surrenders following shelter in place at Granada Hills school

A middle school in Granada Hills was briefly under a "shelter in place" Tuesday after a domestic violence suspect who was believed to have multiple weapons in his possession barricaded himself inside a home for nearly seven hours, police said. 

The Los Angeles School Police Department announced students and staff at Patrick Henry Middle School could only enter the campus on Louis Avenue. They later said San Jose Street had reopened

Later that morning, LA School Police announced the middle school would "resume normal operations for the day with limited outdoor activity."

Around 5:19 a.m., a domestic violence suspect barricaded himself into a home in the 18000 block of Blackhawk Street, located near the intersection of Balboa Blvd. and Devonshire St. according to the Los Angeles Police Department. LAPD officers also called for a SWAT team. 

Police set up a perimeter from Kingsbury St., San Jose St., and Andasol Ave. and traffic was rerouted from the area.

The suspect surrendered just before noon and was taken into custody, police said. 

No further information was immediately released.