AROMAS -- A 50-year-old woman who barricaded herself in an Aromas home with guns for 18 hours surrendered to authorities Friday morning.

No one was injured in the standoff, which drew a SWAT team and prompted a lockdown at Aromas School Thursday afternoon.

"We were very happy that it was a peaceful outcome for everyone," Monterey County sheriff's Cmdr. Lisa Nash said.

Deputies initially responded to a report of a domestic dispute about 12:30 p.m. Thursday at the home on Bardue Street, Nash said. Authorities said that a woman, Jacqueline Burse-Woodard, held a gun to her husband.

Deputies have not said what started the argument.

Burse-Woodard's husband was found outside the home when authorities arrived. They took him away from the scene.

Because there were other guns in the home, authorities surrounded the property and tried to negotiate with Burse-Woodard by phone for about 90 minutes, Nash said.

The Monterey County SWAT team and Hostage Negotiation Team were called about 2 p.m.

Nash said Burse-Woodard threatened to use the weapons if anyone tried to enter the home.

Students, teachers, parents and staff at Aromas School a few blocks away at 365 Vega St. were told not to leave or have anyone enter the school. By 4:45 p.m., some parents at the school were allowed to leave with their children, school representatives said.

Neighbors around the home also were evacuated.

Authorities continued to talk to Burse-Woodard through the night. They were relieved by SWAT and hostage teams from Salinas police about 1 a.m. Friday, who continued to talk to her.

Some evacuated residents eventually went to the gymnasium at Aromas School, where the American Red Cross provided food, cots and blankets.

About 7 a.m., Burse-Woodard voluntarily gave up, Nash said. She was arrested on suspicion of making terrorist threats and assault with a deadly weapon, Nash said.

Authorities found three rifles and a handgun in the home.

"There was no indication that alcohol or drugs played a part," Nash said.

Burse-Woodard is being held in Monterey County Jail in lieu of $65,000 bail, according to deputies.

The California Highway Patrol, Monterey County Behavioral Health Services, American Medical Response and Cal Fire also responded to the call.

School was cancelled in Aromas Friday because of the incident.

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