PHOENIX — The Latest on a standoff in Phoenix (all times local):

11:25 a.m.

A Phoenix Police Department spokeswoman says a standoff resulting from a domestic violence call is over and that detectives are investigating what transpired.

Detective Marianne Ramirez says officers responding to a disturbance Wednesday morning were told by witnesses that they heard screams coming from a residence.

Numerous officers surrounded the location as the SWAT team responded.

Ramirez says negotiations led to the people inside the resident coming out without further incident and that it doesn’t appear anybody was injured.

8:15 a.m.

Numerous phoenix police have a home surrounded in what is described by a Police Department spokeswoman as a domestic violence call.

Detective Marianne Ramirez says the Wednesday morning incident is ongoing.

At least 20 police units are parked in the immediate vicinity and at least one officer was seen pointing a rifle at the open front door of the residence.

It’s not immediately known whether anybody has been injured and no additional information is immediately available.

The location is in a neighborhood near North 19th Avenue and West Hatcher Road.