ROY -- What was initially reported as a hostage situation ended peacefully Tuesday afternoon with no injuries and everyone safe.
Police Chief Greg Whinham said police responded to a call that there might be a man with a gun holidng a hostage in a house on in the area of 5100 South 3375 West.
A perimeter was established and contact made with people inside the house, Whinham said. They all came out, as did the man who police were originally told might have a gun.
That left one person in the house -- the individual who was at first reported to be the hostage.
Whinham said he was reluctant to come out, possibly because he had several misdemeanor warrants outstanding.
He was persuaded to leave the house and came out shortly before 5 p.m.
Whinham said officers aren't sure whether there was a gun involved or whether any crime had been committed.
A two-block area was closed to traffic as police negotiated with a person inside a building on the property.
The incident began about 3:30 p.m.
SWAT officers, as well as Roy police officers, Utah Highway Patrol and Weber County Sheriff's deputies are on the scene.
The area is again open to traffic.