WINSTON, Ore. - The report of a domestic disturbance took a turn when deputies arrive on scene and heard a gunshot from the home.
And even once law enforcement had that situation under control, deputies learned a fugitive was living in a trailer on the property, sparking a second standoff.
The series of events got going just before 7 p.m. Tuesday with a report of a domestic disturbance in the 700 block of Porter Creek Road.
As deputies arrived on scene, they heard a gunshot from the home. More units responded to assist.
The disturbance came to an end with Thomas Hollamon, 50, and Penny Thier, 46, in custody. Deputies booked Hollamon on charges of menacing and reckless endangering. Thier faces a charge of felon in possession of a firearm.
While on scene, deputies learned a wanted man was living in a travel trailer on the property. Ron Castleman refused to come out, so detectives got a search warrant and a SWAT team. Castleman and a female companion, Rebecca Layton, surrendered before police forced entry into the trail, the sheriff's office said.
Layton, 30, faces a charge of hindering prosecution.
Castleman, 42, faces 24 outstanding warrants dating back to 2011.
The warrants include 4 counts of Fail to Appear, 4 counts of Theft, 3 counts of Interfering with a Police Officer, 2 counts of Fail to Carry Driver's License, 2 counts of Escape, 2 counts of Harassment, 1 Count of Disorderly Conduct, 1 count of Criminal Mischief, 1 count of Assault, 1 count of Unlawful Possession of Marijuana, 2 counts of Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine, and 1 count of Felon in Possession of Firearm.