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*We spoke exclusively to the gunman's Nephew . He describes the scene of the standoff and how the events unfolded.
"I was trying to help him out. Because he has kids. I was trying to tell him he has kids and like 'why you doing this' ya know. Why you making this choice? But it just seemed like he didn't budge in to it. He didn't really care," said Ray Aviola, gunman's nephew.
Aviola was inside his mother's home with other family members, when his uncle came inside, armed with a gun. Moments later, Sioux City police and SWAT team members were surrounding the house on Helen street.
"I tried to help him out. I tried to make him come out of the house but he wouldn't listen," said Aviola.
Aviola and his other family members all left the house voluntarily while his uncle stayed barricaded inside. After a nearly nine hour stand off, the SWAT team bashed out windows and entered the home and apprehended the suspect. According to the nephew, the whole thing started from a fight between his uncle and the mother of his children.
"His ex is dating some other guy and they have problems between each other. That's what started everything pretty much."
Once the SWAT team was inside the home, authorities say the gunman did go "peacefully." He's currently being evaluated at a local hospital.
Police are not releasing the name of the gunman, but the 26-year old man is now in custody. No gun shots were fired during the stand off, and no injuries were reported.
Charges for the suspect are expected to be filed later this week.