TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - A Terre Haute standoff has ended with police saying the person involved is 'secure.'
It started around 7:00 Monday night at a home near 14th and Poplar Streets.
Police were initially called to the scene for some sort of disturbance.
That is when they learned a man was inside the home, reportedly with weapons, refusing to come out.
The Terre Haute Police SRT unit responded to the scene.
Just after 9:00, police reported the scene and the suspect were secure.
"I moved my son to a safer location, and then I also started paying attention to what's going on because this is a very quiet community, and you know, things like this don't normally happen," Clayton Ashby told us.
We will bring you updates as soon as they become available.
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