AROMAS, Calif.—Monterey County Sheriff's deputies have arrested a 50-year-old woman who barricaded herself inside an Aromas home with guns for 18 hours following a domestic dispute.

Officials say Jacqueline Burse-Woodard surrendered to police around 7 a.m. Friday after a long standoff with police. She was booked into Monterey County Jail on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon and issuing terrorist threats.

The incident began around 12:30 p.m. Thursday when deputies responded to a report of a domestic dispute. When they arrived, her husband was outside, but Burse-Woodard refused to come out and threatened to use weapons on anyone who entered the home.

Surrounding homes were evacuated, and a nearby school was placed on lockdown.

After Burse-Woodard's arrest, officers found three rifles and a handgun inside the home.