Marinette Police Sgt. Scott Ries points out a location to other officers and SWAT team members Friday during a standoff on 
Hannah Street. A 36-year-old man was removed without incident after about two hours. From left, is Ries, Lt. John Corry, Lt. Doug 
Erdman, Andy Bonjean and Sgt. Todd Schoen. <br> EagleHerald/Rick Gebhard
Marinette Police Sgt. Scott Ries points out a location to other officers and SWAT team members Friday during a standoff on Hannah Street. A 36-year-old man was removed without incident after about two hours. From left, is Ries, Lt. John Corry, Lt. Doug Erdman, Andy Bonjean and Sgt. Todd Schoen.
EagleHerald/Rick Gebhard
MARINETTE - A two-hour standoff on Hannah Street ended peacefully Friday night with a 36-year-old man being taken into custody.

Officers were dispatched at 6:41 p.m. to 2908 Hannah St. for a disturbance.

Dispatch advised that a male was dumping gasoline inside the residence and had fired shots, according to a press release. There were three people in the residence at the time; they were able to leave the residence and were not injured, the release states.

"There was a man who was making threats to himself and to others," Marinette Police Chief John Mabry said. "We evacuated the area (a one-block radius) and set up a perimeter."

It didn't take long for neighborhood residents to huddle on street corners and talk about what was transpiring.

One woman standing with three others on the corner of Williams Street and Parkridge Avenue said she was evacuated from her Hannah Street home.

"The police knocked on my door and told me I had to get out," she said, requesting that her name not be used.

Mabry said the man, who's name has not been released, came out voluntarily and peacefully. He was examined because he may have inhaled gasoline fumes, the chief said.

The man was then lodged in the Marinette County Jail pending formal charges from the Marinette County District Attorney's Office.

Besides the Marinette PD, officers from the Menominee and Peshtigo police departments, the Marinette County and Menominee County sheriff's departments and the Michigan State Police assisted at the scene. The Marinette Fire Department, Bay Area Medical Center Paramedics, Emergency Rescue Squad Inc. and members of UPSET also responded to the scene.