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Norwood man charged with inducing panic after SWAT situation

(PHOTO: FOX19 NOW/ Chris Waldmann) (PHOTO: FOX19 NOW/ Chris Waldmann)
Ryan Brehm (PHOTO: Hamilton County Jail) Ryan Brehm (PHOTO: Hamilton County Jail)
NORWOOD, OH (FOX19) -

A four-hour SWAT situation has ended peacefully in Norwood after two suspects surrendered Thursday night. 

Officials shut down Pine St. near Norwood Ave. around 5:45 p.m. for a police operation, according to the Norwood Police Department. 

Police said witnesses told responding officer that Ryan Brehm, 27, was acting violently inside the residence, and that he may have been armed with weapons.  

Hamilton County Police Association SWAT Team was called to assist in the incident.

Residents were encouraged to avoid the area during the standoff.

Norwood Police announced on Twitter that Brehm surrendered to SWAT officers around 8:30 p.m.

Upon searching the residence, officers found several firearms, including a shotgun, handgun and AK-47 style assault rifle. 

Brehm is charged with inducing panic. He is currently being held on 10% of $40,000 bond in the Hamilton County Jail. 

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