A police helicopter and armed officers rushed to a road in Hemel Hempstead this morning (Sunday, May 3) after reports of someone threatening to use a weapon.
The helicopter, along with at least five police cars and a police van, arrived at Barnacres Road in Hemel just before 12 noon after reports that threats and the use of weapon were being made.
The alarm was raised in Barnacres Road just before 12 noon after the police received reports that threats and the use of weapon were being made.
Herts Police said: “Police were called at around 11.25am today to report a disturbance at an address in Barnacres Road, Hemel Hempstead.
“It was reported that threats were being made and that there had been mention of a weapon during the incident.
“Officers attended, including firearms officers as a precaution, and detained the occupants of the address while a thorough search was carried out.
“No weapon was found and there was no evidence of any offences being committed.
“No further action will be taken against the occupants at this time and enquiries are continuing to trace the circumstances around the initial call.”