AUSTIN (KXAN) — The Austin Police Department said a SWAT callout in northwest Austin at an apartment complex near Parmer Lane and McNeil Road has been resolved. Though it was near another SWAT callout that happened Friday, police say they are not related.

Demetri Hobbs with APD said they got a call about a woman in distress Saturday morning and that because there were so many other calls at the time, it took police a while to get to that scene. It turned out to be a family violence situation, Hobbs said.

Hobbs said a woman’s boyfriend had her two kids in the apartment and would not come out. That woman said her boyfriend had weapons and told her he would shoot police if she called 911 on him, according to APD.

APD said they were able to get the kids out of the apartment safely and that they “dynamically” took the suspect down. He had minor injuries. Everyone else involved was not injured, APD said.

There is no threat to the public and law enforcement will soon clear from the scene, Hobbs said.

The location for the briefing is only a few blocks from another SWAT callout that happened earlier this week. Friday morning, two suspects were taken to the hospital following a fentanyl bust at a storage unit leading to a SWAT callout at a northwest Austin home, the Austin Police Department said.

That house was off McNeil Drive near Jollyville Elementary. APD said the two SWAT situations were not related at all.