BREAKING VIDEO: New video shows James Kirk, indicted on an aggravated involuntary manslaughter charge, associated with DUI, being put in a police vehicle after a 20-hour standoff at a home on Lakeview and McVeigh in Lynchburg.— ABC 13 News - WSET (@ABC13News) March 15, 2018
(Video courtesy of Kellee Newsome) pic.twitter.com/OTZJWeMKjC
UPDATE: 12:45 p.m.
The Lynchburg Police Department identified the suspect involved in the 20-hour long standoff as James Kirk.
Kirk was taken into custody around 12 p.m. on Thursday, March 15.
UPDATE: 11:55 a.m.
Bedford County Sheriff Mike Brown said the "high risk" warrant officers are trying to serve to a man barricaded inside a home is for an involuntary manslaughter indictment, associated with DUI.
The Bedford County Sheriff's Office said the warrant was being served on behalf of Virginia State Police.
LYNCHBURG, Va. (WSET) -- A standoff in Lynchburg has reached more than 10 hours after the Lynchburg Police Department said officers were assisting the Bedford County Sheriff's office to serve a "high risk" warrant on McVeigh Road.
Virginia State Police, medical crews, and SWAT team members also responded to the scene to help.
Rest of this story and more photos at ABC 13
#BREAKING: Police confirm James Kirk is the suspect involved in the 20-hour long standoff in Lynchburg; police said the standoff started when police tried to serve a warrant for an involuntary manslaughter indictment associated with DUI https://t.co/xVVJgcnZb2 pic.twitter.com/Yh0dKAYw4D— ABC 13 News - WSET (@ABC13News) March 15, 2018
SWAT car leaving scene of stand off. pic.twitter.com/uhoOCHg4VK— Caren Pinto (@CarenRPinto) March 15, 2018
LIVE UPDATE: Several law enforcement agencies are on the scene of a 20-hour standoff in Lynchburg; a man is wanted for involuntary manslaughter, associated with DUI https://t.co/PkX0HFRmTR pic.twitter.com/DWSHvq4CEg— ABC 13 News - WSET (@ABC13News) March 15, 2018