Arrests Follow Tense Family Stand-off - NBC Bay Area

Arrests Follow Tense Family Stand-off



    Arrests Follow Tense Family Stand-off

    A husband and wife were arrested after the man barricaded  himself, the woman and their two small children inside a home in  unincorporated Hayward for several hours, a sheriff's sergeant said.

          Adrian Shum, 26, was arrested following the incident, which began at 5:11 a.m. when his mother-in-law called from a home on Jamie Way and said he was acting strangely. Sheriff's deputies responded to the home, but Shum  refused to come out, Sgt. J.D. Nelson said.
    The mother-in-law also lived at the home, which she owned, Nelson said.
    At about 10:30 a.m., Shum went into another room of the home,  giving authorities the opening to enter the home and try to arrest him, Nelson said. Shum resisted and was shot with a Taser gun before being  detained, he said.
    His wife, Ann Shum, was also arrested after she started to  interfere with the arrest of her husband, according to Nelson.
    The two children, both toddlers, were not harmed, and were  released to the custody of their grandparents, Nelson said. Child Protective Services officials were notified and are also investigating the incident, he  said.