COLLIER COUNTY, Fla. — UPDATE: Quintin Mathis who's named as the victim in the Collier County Sheriff's Report and had a gun drawn on him spoke with FOX 4 as well as the neighbor who watched the entire incident and called 911.
Quintin Mathis explains, "We got into it with a baseball bat he actually went back inside and got a gun and approached me with a gun. We got into it about the gun, he went back inside my next door neighbor called the police and they barricaded themselves in the house."
Quintin says Nikita Martin is his ex-girlfriend and they live at the same address in Naples on Holly Avenue. According to Collier County Sheriff's Office report and Quintin...Martin asked Quentin to sell illegal narcotics in the house and when he refused an argument occurred. "I've been to prison I came back year and a half ago I'm not doing anything to go back to prison," explains Mathis.
The CCSO report says the woman called a male named Willie Jordan Jr. to the property and a fight started.. It was all captured on video from a neighbor who also called 911 named Phillip Brodowsky. "He went back inside that house got a gun pointed out the front door then went out the street with it behind his back and that's when I thought if there's going to be a gun pulled I gotta record this because there's too many people getting gunned down too easily."
Brodowsky says it happened in broad daylight and there was an ice cream truck with kids around. When deputies got to the scene - for several hours Jordan Jr. and Martin refused to leave the house. SWAT and a hostage negotiation team were called to the scene and the two eventually came out and were taken into custody without incident shortly after 12:30AM Monday.
31-year-old Willie Jordan Jr. was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and an outstanding warrant for failure to pay child support. 34-year-old Nikita Martin was charged with accessory after the fact and resisting arrest. Both Jordan Jr. and Martin are convicted felons.
Brodowsky says he thinks he was able to save someone's life by calling 911, "Record it say something don't let it happen there's no reason for a man to just lose his life for no reason. Think about your actions because all your actions have consequences you know you take somebody's' life that's a family member, that's a son, that's gone a brother, cousin, family that's gone you have to think about what you're doing."
Martin and Jordan Jr. remain in jail at the Naples Jail Center. Jordan Jr.'s bond was set at $55,000 per count and Nikita Martin on $15,000 plus another $5,000 bond. Both were ordered to not have any contact with Mathis.
Original Story - Collier County deputies say two people are in custody following an incident involving barricaded subjects Sunday night.
Investigators say the incident began around 7 p.m. at a home on the 2700 block of Holly Ave. when deputies arrived to serve a warrant for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
The two people inside refused to exit the home, and negotiations continued for several hours.
The department tweeted shortly before 1 a.m. Monday that both people inside eventually surrendered and were taken into custody.