TOWN OF BEECHER, Wis. - In the quiet town of Beecher, neighbors took in a scene Wednesday almost out of the movies.
"Nothing happens in Beecher, I mean especially like this," one neighbor explained.
The woman lives just a few houses away from where a standoff happened between law enforcement and a 52-year-old woman Wednesday afternoon.
"I saw them all getting their vests on from down there, and I heard them slamming all their doors and then they started driving this way," another neighbor said.
The Marinette County Sheriff's Office responded to a call of shots fired from a home in Beecher just after 12:15 p.m.
"That would seem out of character for her," a neighbor said about the woman who lives there.
Authorities brought in plenty of backup, even the SWAT team, but some who live just a few homes away heard nothing sounding like a gun shot all afternoon.
"There was no gun fire between police and her, there were no gun shots prior to that that I heard, so it was pretty safely done and everything," she said.
After four hours of negotiations, the 52-year-old woman was taken into custody without any further incident. No one was injured in the standoff.