Just days after a deadly standoff the Sioux Falls SWAT team was called out again Friday -- this time to capture one of Minnehaha County's most wanted.
Police say 34-year-old fugitive Carl Jerome Stanley II had been avoiding authorities since June, and was found holed up inside a central Sioux Falls apartment Friday morning.
Unlike Monday's standoff, which ended with an officer-involved shooting and the death of 22-year-old Jacob Westberg, this one ended peacefully.
Stanley had two warrants out for his arrest, including second degree escape.
"The sheriff's office warrant task force came and they had a warrant for the person, looking to serve it, found out that he was inside an apartment and found out some information that he either had guns with him or had access to guns," Sam Clemens with the Sioux Falls Police Department said.
The Minnehaha County Sheriff's Office says Stanley failed to return to custody after he had a temporary leave.
The apartment building was evacuated as well as the house next door during the standoff.
It took negotiators and the SWAT team three hours to take Stanley into custody peacefully.
"Everything worked exactly like what we wanted to have happen,” Clemens said. “There's a lot of precautions we take, a lot of officers and SWAT was involved, but the end result is the person came out peacefully and nobody was hurt and that's exactly what we strive for.”
Second degree escape is a felony and Stanley could face up to five years in prison if he’s convicted.
Stanley was also wanted on a warrant for failing to pay child support.