Suspect charged with capital murder after 8 found dead in home 49-year-old suspect allegedly shot at deputies before standoff ensued HARRIS COUNTY, Texas – David Conley has been charged with capital murder after eight people were found dead in a northwest Harris County home. Conley was arrested Saturday evening after a standoff with police in the 2200 block of Falling Oaks, not far from Veterans Memorial and Fallbrook Drive, after Harris County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the home for a welfare check. After the standoff, deputies found five children and three adults dead inside the home. The sheriff’s office will be holding a 3 p.m. press conference to provide more information. Watch live: 3 p.m. press conference with Harris County Sheriff's Office HCSO Spokesman Thomas Gilliland says when deputies arrived, no one responded at the front door. They then received more information that indicated a man in the home was wanted on a warrant for aggravated assault on a family member. The sergeant on the scene called for a High Risk Operations Unit, similar to SWAT, to help make entry and investigate. While the call was being placed, deputies surrounded the home, and they spotted the body of a juvenile through a window. At that point, the sergeant and three deputies forced their way in, and Conley began shooting, the sheriff's office says. Deputies pulled back and waited for the HROU and a negotiator to arrive. Authorities established contact with the Conley, and after more than an hour he came outside and surrendered without further incident. The bodies of eight people were found in the home, Gilliland said. Photos: Suspect taken into custody after kids, adults found killed Next Slide "At this time we have what appears to be five children and three adults," said Gilliland. "Ages and genders we do not have, and cause of death we do not have. The medical examiner will have to determine a cause of death." It's not yet clear what the relationship was between the Conley and the victims, and a motive for the crime has not been determined. "Homicide detectives have taken over the operation along with our crime scene unit. Due to the amount of victims and the proximity to the people in the house, it'll be a scene that's going on for a while," Gilliland said. Neighbors woke up Sunday morning in disbelief about the tragic scene nearby. "I cannot believe it," said Adela Ramirez. "I am in horrific shock." Gilliland said it’s equally difficult of deputies. "It's a hard job being a patrolman in this town, and our deputies do a yeoman's job every day, but when they're forced to see some of the most horrific things along this nature, especially of children, and someone so callous could do something like this to children - we have our family assistance coming out to talk to our deputies and help them decompress," said Gilliland.