Standoff ends in Oakland after eviction notice served

An overnight standoff in Oakland has ended after sheriff's deputies showed up to serve an eviction notice at a home. 

The notice was served Tuesday near 82nd and Outlook avenues, and Alameda County sheriff's deputies said they heard a loud pop, which they thought was gunfire.

They retreated and called for backup.

Video from the scene shows Oakland police and deputies responding to the neighborhood, and a drone flew overhead.

No details were provided on how the standoff ended.