A domestic disturbance call ended with a barricaded suspect Tuesday.
Yuma County Sheriff's deputies responded to a report of a domestic disturbance in the 2600 block of S. 19th Avenue shortly after 7:00 a.m. Tuesday. On route to the call deputies learned that a suspect had fired a handgun during the disturbance. When deputies arrived at the residence the suspect barricaded herself in the residence and refused to comply with deputies commands. As a precaution , surrounding residents were evacuated and a nearby school was put on lockdown. The YCSO Special Response Team and Crisis Management Unit responded to the scene.
The suspect , Ashley Haven , 31 , of Yuma , was taken into custody after deputies used shotguns with a less lethal weapons system , firing Super Sock rounds. This was the first deployment of the less than lethal shotgun and Super Sock rounds. The suspect received minor injuries from the impact of the rounds. She was arrested and booked for Disorderly Conduct involving a Deadly Weapon and Endangerment. No other injuries were reported. The incident remains under investigation.