OAKLAND -- At least two people were arrested and possibly a dozen others detained for questioning after an 13-hour police action in East Oakland that ended early Tuesday.

Some guns were also recovered, police said.

The action, which ended about 5:30 a.m., resulted from a shooting Monday afternoon, police said

Police said officers witnessed the shooting near East 22nd Street and 23rd Avenue, where no injuries were reported.

Information developed on suspects in the shooting led police to a house in the 1800 block of 88th Avenue near Birch Street about 4 p.m. Monday.

When people inside the house refused to communicate with officers outside police decided to treat the situation as having barricaded suspects, Officer Johnna Watson said. Tuesday Several streets in the area were shut down while police tried to convince those inside to come out. People did exit the house at various times.

SWAT officers were brought in at one point to serve a search warrant at the residence. A California Highway Patrol helicopter provided air support.

The Alameda County Sheriff's Bomb Squad and FBI agents also responded but it was not immediately known if any explosives were found.

There were no reported injuries.

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