FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) — An “erratic” man was taken into custody after he was holed up in a near-downtown home Thursday.

It was around 10:30 a.m. when Fort Wayne Police were called to a home at the corner of Oakland and Huffman streets on a “domestic disturbance.” Police spokesman Jeremy Webb said someone in the area reported a man armed with knives and scissors acting “erratic.”

By the time officers arrived at the home, the man had gone into a home and refused to come out. Webb said the man was known to police (officers had just dealt with him a few days prior) and he has an active felony warrant.

He has since been identified as 51-year-old Mario Madrid.

Madrid had been arrested a few days ago on possession of methamphetamine and possession of paraphernalia, according to police. He was released on his own recognizance and then was formally charged by Allen County Prosecutors, which meant a warrant for his arrest was issued.

Due to the “weaponry, knives, scissors, and his warrant, a perimeter was set, and tactical units were called,” Webb said. Huffman Street was closed in the area.

Webb said the police department’s SWAT and crisis response teams along with the drones were all brought out, and officers were working to get him to surrender peacefully.

That happened around 2:30 p.m., four hours after police first arrived. The man was taken into custody by officers at the scene.

The man was not identified and it’s not clear if he’ll face any charges tied to the standoff.

Webb said investigators believed the man was in the home alone.