UPDATE @ 6 p.m.: Sept. 11: Ivan Jackson, among those arrested stemming from the Dover Street standoff, has been indicted on charges of aggravated robbery and felonious assault charges.
A Montgomery County grand jury returned the indictments on Thursday. Jackson is to be arraigned Sept. 16.
UPDATE @ 2:15 p.m., Aug. 27: Trashune Young was arrested this afternoon for allegedly threatening the victim in the Dover Street standoff case.
Young allegedly drove by the victim's house and used his finger as a gun and pointed it at the victim and said "bang bang bang," according to reports. Young was in court to support Ivan Jackson, the main suspect in the standoff, when he was placed under arrest.
Young was charged with obstruction, but had been released from jail. He will now face a witness intimidation charge.
Update @ 12:14 p.m.: Dayton police charged two more people in relation to the standoff.
Marilene Jones, 22, and Trashune Young, 23, are in Montgomery County Jail for obstructing justice, a second-degree felony, according to jail records.
Update @ 3:03 a.m.: Ivan Jackson was taken into custody after a standoff on the 100 block of Dover Street. The standoff ended shortly before 3:00 am.
Officials say Jackson had active warrants for an Aug 7. armed robbery and felonious assault.
Police say a friend of Jackson, Jackson's brother ,and Jackson's girlfriend, who police say is the owner of the house, were inside the home during the standoff.
They emerged from the house before Jackson and initially told officers they were the only people in the residence. After speaking with officers, they eventually told officers that Jackson was inside the home.
Officials say they convinced Jackson to exit the residence by speaking to him through a bullhorn and did not have to use force.
Officials say the people who were inside of the home with Jackson may also face charges.
FIRST REPORT: Three people came out of a Dover Street home with their hands in the air Sunday night during a SWAT standoff.
Police tried to arrest a man around 10 p.m. at the home in the 100 block of Dover Street. The man is wanted for an Aug. 7 armed robbery and felonious assault on Little Street in which another man was shot, according to Dayton police.
A special weapons and tactics team was called after the suspect wouldn't come out.
It is not clear whether the suspect was one of the three people -- two males and one female -- who emerged from the residence shortly before midnight.
Police blocked Dover Street at Harper Avenue and Bidleman Street during the incident.
In the 9 p.m. Aug. 7 Little Street robbery, the suspect shot a man four times, hitting his knee and buttocks, as he was sitting on his porch, according to a Dayton police report.. The victim told police he didn't know the suspect, and that the suspect shot him after he said he didn't have any money. The shooter was described as a tall black male wearing a red t-shirt and a red Fedora.