A police standoff at Tomball Regional Medical Center, a Texas hospital, ended without incident on Saturday when a man who had barricaded himself in a hospital room surrendered to authorities. The incident took place in the hospital’s ICU unit, where the man was said to have become incredibly distraught over the medical condition of his adult son.

When they could no longer control the situation, the hospital staff called the local police department for assistance. The Sheriff’s department was later called in to assist as well.

The man barricaded himself and possibly a family member inside his son’s hospital room and initially refused to comply with officers’ demands. Though at one point the suspect was feared to have two hostages, The Harris County Sheriff’s Office later clarified that the incident had not turned out to be a hostage situation. Authorities say that the man was ultimately found to be unarmed.

During the course of the incident, nearby areas of the hospital were evacuated and placed on lockdown due to safety concerns. “The focus was to make sure everyone on that floor was safe and moved out of potential harm’s way and we take the subject into custody,” Harris County Sheriff’s Lt. Joe Ambriz said.

The situation ended when the suspect surrendered to police without incident around 11 p.m. on Saturday night. He has since been taken into custody, though officials say that they are not yet sure what charges he may face.  No injuries were reported at the time of the arrest.