Daryin Thomas Warren, 41, was arrested after he allegedly kept police at bay for nearly three hours outside his house on the 3200 block of Cathleen Lane on Feb. 13.
Authorities were notified about the incident by Warren’s wife, who called 911 around 9:14 p.m. that day to report she was fearful of her husband of four years. She said the couple had been arguing over a credit problem when she locked herself inside their master bedroom.
Police said Warren was active military and threatened to kill someone over the course of the standoff.
According to court records, Warren faces a variety of charges, including false imprisonment by violence and terrorist threats.
In Manteca Court on Monday, Warren had his attorney, John Casenave, enter a not guilty plea to all criminal charges and all enhancements before Judge Ron Northup. A pre-preliminary hearing was set for May 7 at 8:30 a.m. to verify if the defense and prosecution would be ready for a preliminary hearing May 10.
Warren is out of custody, and he was ordered to attend the next court hearing.