Kevin Burris, who lives next door to Reese, said SWAT deputies were in his backyard and inside an upstairs bedroom all night long.
“They were trying to get a better view, so we had one of them in the house all night long looking through the bedroom window,” Burris told News Center 7’s Kayla Courvell. “It was a little tense.”
Burris, his wife and their three grandchildren were advised to stay in their basement and away from the side of their house closest to their neighbor, he said.
Police removed 20 to 50 weapons from the Gleneagle Drive home. Police also found 100-round magazines, body armour and other tactical gear in the home.
Burris said he had “no idea” his neighbor had so many weapons.
“It’s a little scary. You never know what he might do,” Burris said. “If he was violent with her, he could be violent with anybody in this neighborhood.”