Deputies with the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office surrounded the home, later saying they believed the suspect was armed at the time, reports KPTV.
A woman came out of the house and identified herself as the suspect's sister. Reynolds attempted to escape several times but retreated back inside.
He later emerged holding a baby, with the child positioned as a shield between himself and the deputies. Police say Reynolds refused to comply with commands and it was believed he could be armed.
Deputies negotiated with Reynolds until he released the baby and was taken into custody. The infant, revealed to be Reynolds' son, was not hurt during the incident, and was released to family members at the scene.
Reynolds was found to be unarmed, and was booked into the Clackamas County Jail on the burglary charge, obstructing governmental administration, endangering welfare of a minor and resisting arrest.
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