Bexar County Sheriff’s deputies were involved in a 2 hour stand-off Wednesday after a woman called 911 claiming her boyfriend was abusing her and her child.

It happened around 3 p.m. in the 7100 block of Glen Terrace in east Bexar County.

Deputies reported hearing screams coming from the home when they arrived.

The asked the male suspect, 36-year-old Omar Nesbit, to come out of the home, but he would not comply.

SWAT members were called in after deputies believed Nesbit picked up a shotgun.

“He heard what sounded like a shotgun chambering a shell. Our deputies know that sound pretty well so once he figured that was happening he decided to back up and call SWAT," said Bexar County Sheriff’s spokesperson Paul Berry.

After a half hour the SWAT team entered the home and dragged the woman out.

Shortly after another deputy came out of the home carrying a nine-year-old girl.

Nesbit was handcuffed and led out of the home last.

He was arrested on an outstanding warrant for aggravated assault.

Berry said he will face a second assault charge because of Wednesday’s incident.

It is unknown if the woman pulled from the home will face any charges.

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