UPDATE: Standoff involving police, regional SWAT ends without arrest in Huber Heights Tuesday night

HUBER HEIGHTS — An incident involving a suspected wanted man that prompted a response from regional SWAT officers ended without an arrest in Huber Heights Tuesday night, according to police.

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The incident started around 9:10 p.m. Tuesday in the area of Stonehurst Road and Brandt Pike when a Huber Heights office saw a man who had an active warrant for his arrest, Huber Heights police Sgt. Brian Carr said in a media release Wednesday morning. The warrant was issued for a violation relating to electronic home monitoring stemming from a previous domestic violence incident, Carr said.

The man, who was not identified, then ran into a house before police could arrest him. Police said the man said he was armed and would defend himself if police forced their way into the house, Carr said.

Police activated the Regional Emergency Response Team due to the threats made towards officers at the beginning of the incident.

“Upon (RERT’s) arrival, contact was made with the subject. It was confirmed there was nobody in danger and the subject was not making any direct threats to individuals. RERT withdrew from the scene,” Carr said.

Additional charges are pending review from the Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office.

Additional details were not released.