The Roseville family displaced by Friday's standoff is finally back in their home, but it's not how they left it.

The house at the corner of Hampton Drive and 6th Street -- where Sammy Duran ended up during a nine-hour standoff -- has bullet holes in the walls and broken fences. The home has just now been released back after two days of investigation.

Roseville Police spokeswoman Dee Dee Gunther says there's not much they can do. Duran's criminal action's aren't the city's responsibility. But they have tried to helped.

"Police therapists went shopping for them and got a couple of changes of clothing for everybody in the family, and diapers, and baby supplies and that kind of thing," Gunther said.

Items were donated by Wal-Mart. A public benefit is being held Wednesday at the Country Club Saloon in Loomis.

Friends say some rooms of the home were completely destroyed and the young couple -- who were new renters -- doesn't have much left.

Police worked with Wal-Mart to help with clothes over the weekend but there's still a lot needed for the pair's 15-month-old daughter. 

All proceeds from a Beer and Bar-B-Que event being held at the Country Club Saloon in Loomis will benefit the family. Owner Gary Wunder says cash donations are also welcome for a bank account that is being set up. The saloon is located at 4007 Taylor Road in Loomis. The fundraiser runs from 4:40PM to close.

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