A man is now facing charges after an overnight standoff with Lubbock SWAT officers.
Officers surrounded the trailer, EMS was put on standby and a DPS helicopter was called to circle over the area.
The darkness and uncertain conditions created a difficult situation for law enforcement, who initially could not find any information about the occupants inside.
The officers stayed in position until 2 a.m., when Rodriquez came out of the trailer and acted as though he was about to surrender.
He came out with his hands up, but after a moment, turned around and went back inside.
There were some tense moments when the man came back and officers thought he might have a weapon on his right hip.
But the incident ended peacefully, and Rodriquez was taken into custody at 2:11 a.m.
A 2:15 a.m., an officer was heard on the police radio saying, "Good job, guys. Let's head back to the big city."
Rodriguez faces seven criminal charges, amounting to $10,000 bond.
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