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SALT LAKE CITY — SWAT teams surrounded a Salt Lake City home late Saturday night.
Police showed up after a neighbor called 911, complaining someone inside the home was acting violent.
Salt Lake City police called in the SWAT team after no one inside the home responded.
"We went in because we continued to get no response for fear there was injured or hurt people inside," said Lt. Gary Trost, Salt Lake City Police.
Police and SWAT teams were eventually able to get the residents to respond and found that no one was injured.
Police are looking into a possible domestic situation.