Greenville County deputies confirmed six suspects are were arrested after a SWAT standoff on Saturday.

Deputies said they were called to a home in the 3000 block of Fork Shoals Road after a report of a stolen vehicle being located.

When deputies arrived on scene, they said 27-year-old Jacob Black suddenly assaulted a deputy and fled on foot. He was apprehended after a brief chase and is charged with unlawful carrying of a pistol, second-degree assault and battery, obliterated serial number on a pistol, threatening the life of a public official and resisting arrest.

According to arrest warrants, Black told a deputy, "I will catch you when you aren't in uniform."

MUGSHOTS: Six arrested after Simpsonville SWAT standoff

Deputies said several other individuals were located at the home, two of which had outstanding warrants.

The following people were charged: Greta Vickery - resisting arrest James Cowart - interfering with police James Kellett - possession of marijuana, meth and controlled substances James Nabors - facing charges out of Oconee County Kelly Viers - interfering with policeGreenville County deputies said the stolen vehicle investigation remains ongoing, although the vehicle has been recovered.

MORE NEWS: Coroner identifies Upstate driver killed after ejected from car following collision in Spartanburg Co.

Copyright 2018 FOX Carolina (Meredith Corporation). All rights reserved.

Digital Producer

Recommended for you