WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) - Wichita police have taken a suspect into custody after an hourslong standoff Monday.

The incident began as an assault call at around 1 a.m. Police spokesperson Chad Ditch said the victim, a 28-year-old woman, was outside the home when officers arrived in the 900 block of South Topeka, just south of Kellogg. 

The suspect, 51-year-old Jesse Camacho, remained inside and officers were unsure if he was armed or not. It is suspected that he was running from parole. The woman suffered non-life-threating injuries. 

Officers were able to contact Camacho on the phone and spoke with him for several hours. Camacho claimed he had set explosives all over that would detonate if anyone entered the house. SWAT and a crisis negotiator were called to the scene, and authorities were using "time and distance" to safely resolve the situation, Officer Ditch said. 

The suspect was taken into custody around 3:30 Monday for aggravated assault, battery and obstruction stemming from an assault with a
weapon investigation.

No explosives were found on the property after Camacho was taken into custody.