10/24/2012 06:55 EDT | Updated 12/24/2012 05:12 EST

Man in Mississauga standoff charged

A man arrested early Tuesday following a 14-hour standoff in Mississauga is facing five charges.

Peel police arrested a man about an hour after he jumped out of a second-storey window of a home (near Britannia and Ninth Line).

Police say the standoff started around 11 a.m. Monday when a man, reportedly carrying a sword, refused to come out of the home.

Neil Armstrong, 27, of Mississauga is charged with two counts each of weapons dangerous and breach of probation, and one count of breach of recognizance.

Armstrong, who was arrested without injury, remains in police custody in hospital after being remanded by way of a telephone bail hearing.