OMAHA, Neb. -- Authorities in Omaha said they have arrested a 39-year-old man in connection to an April standoff

The Douglas County Sheriff's Office said they arrested the 39-year-old man, and charged him with one count of attempted first-degree assault on an officer and one county of use of a firearm to commit a felony. 

Following the standoff, the man was taken to a mental health facility for treatment. 

A warrant for his arrest was issued, and he was booked on that warrant after being released from the hospital on May 5, according to DCSO. 

On Apr. 25 around 6:50 p.m., DCSO said they were dispatched to a domestic disturbance call in the area of 188th and Blondo St.

DCSO said that when the first deputy arrived, he met with the victim outside the home.

Officials said that after the brief interview, he advised the woman to move to a safe distance while the deputy waited for backup. 

According to DCSO, a short time after the woman moved her car, a single shot was fired in the direction of the deputy through a fixed pane window. 

Authorities said the home was surrounded and the suspect eventually surrendered without incident after an hour long negotiation/standoff. 

The Sheriff's Office said a search warrant was obtained for the residence, and the involved firearm was recovered.