A 47-year-old Rice Lake man will serve 56 days in jail, must undergo substance abuse treatment, and must stay away from a woman he allegedly abused during a January 2018 incident that resulted in a four and one-half hour standoff with a county SWAT team, according to records from a Nov. 6, 2018, sentencing hearing in Barron County Circuit Court.

Darin A. Jenkins will have work release privileges during the jail term and can shorten his sentence with “good time served,” court records said.

Jenkins was arrested Jan. 5 after a woman called 911 to report she had barricaded herself in a bedroom of her rural Rice Lake trailer home after her boyfriend (Jenkins) said he “had a gun (and said) he was going to kill everyone.”

She crawled out the bedroom window and fled to a neighbor’s trailer. Officers with the county emergency response unit then surrounded the trailer where the defendant had holed up, and spent more than four hours in subzero temperatures before he surrendered.

Two guns were found in the home after the arrest.

At the time of the incident, Jenkins was a defendant in a methamphetamine possession charge filed in October 2017.

At the Nov. 6 sentencing hearing, Jenkins was also ordered to serve three years probation, maintain absolute sobriety, undergo substance abuse treatment and domestic violence counseling, and have no contact with his victim, court records said.