Saheem Williams, courtesy of the Lee County Sheriff’s Office. Charges against Williams are currently unknown, but deputies have accused him of shooting from inside his residence after a domestic incident Thursday afternoon, wounding two.

Two Lee County sheriff’s deputies were treated for non life threatening injuries after a standoff surrounding a domestic violence incident Thursday.

According to a press release from the Lee County Sheriff’s Office, the two deputies were taken to Central Carolina Hospital in Sanford after responding to a call around 4 p.m. Thursday at 5521 Olivia Road, from which a woman had called 911 and reported that her husband, later identified as Saheem Williams, had assaulted her, broken her phone and taken her car keys.

The victim apparently fled to a neighbor’s house. When deputies arrived, they attempted to get Williams to leave his residence, but he instead began shooting from inside. A standoff ensued, according to the sheriff’s office, after which Williams “tossed a firearm out of a window, exited the residence and was taken into custody.”

As of 8:50 p.m. Thursday, Williams did not appear as an inmate on the Lee County Jail’s website, so charges against him and his bail status are currently unknown.