DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — A man is in custody after a SWAT standoff in Dayton Thursday.

According to a Facebook post by Dayton Police and Fire, there was a large police presence at East 4th Street and South Irwin Street that began around 7 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 29.

Maj. Christopher Malson with the Dayton Police Department reported that the Southern Ohio Fugitive Task Force as well as DPD officers were searching for a wanted individual.

Officers tracked the suspect to South Irwin Street where he then barricaded himself in a residence. SWAT was then called to the scene.

Malson reported that two other individuals were in the residence with the suspect: a woman in her fifties and a man in his twenties. Malson said the suspect knew the individuals and that neither of them were harmed in the incident.

SWAT made multiple verbal attempts at getting the man out of the home, however, he refused and made hostile threats in return.

Eventually, the suspect exited the residence after the two other individuals came out. He was taken into custody without incident.

“Our goal is to ultimately get them to come out, to understand the situation, realize what needs to happen and for them to walk out and be taken into custody without being harmed,” said Malson. “And we were successful in getting that accomplished today.”