GRAND ISLAND, Neb. -- Authorities said that a standoff in Grand Island ended with a peaceful resolution. 

The Grand Island Police Department said that police saw a suspect with knives. It was reportedly understood by police that the person had access to a shotgun. 

GIPD Jim Duering said the Police Department Tactical Response Team and Professional Negotiators were assisted by Hall County Sheriff's Office and mental health professionals. 

There will be no criminal charges because this was a medical issue, according to police. 

The person is reportedly home and no one was harmed during the standoff. Police also said that the person didn't threaten anyone. 

GIPD said they are leaving the issue with mental health professionals, and the resolution was a peaceful one.