***Breaking Story - Updated at 2:11 PM***

According to WILX, the police presence in the area was due to a call made by a young woman early Sunday morning stating that she thought her ex-boyfriend had broken into her apartment.

Lansing Police Chief Daryl Green told WILX that while hiding in her closet, an unidentified 20-year-old woman told police that she believed her former boyfriend was armed.

While there was a heavy police presence, it appeared that the suspect had fled the scene before police arrived.

WILX is reporting that police did speak to the suspected male intruder over the phone, but they are unsure why he left the apartment. No force was used during this incident, and the young woman involved is safe and being turned over to a domestic violence team.

We will continue to update this story as we have more information.

***Breaking Story - Posted at 12:37 PM***

There was a heavy police presence at College Town/Town Square Apartments in Lansing Sunday morning.

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At around 11:30 am, residents reported 2 loud bang/explosions in the area. Upon further investigation, it was discovered that Lansing Police were in the area. It was a heavy police presence with heavily armed officers, S.T.A.R.T, and K-9 units as well.

A witness reported to us that they had seen the police presence there at around 8:30 AM Sunday morning, but there is no official word on how long they had been there or why.

Witnesses on the scene stated that they heard it was a hostage situation. We can not confirm that was the case or the reason why the police were on scene.

There has been no word from the Lansing Police at this time about the situation.

As of about 12:30 PM the operation appeared to be ceasing and breaking down. No official word from the LPD. No arrests appeared to have been made.

We will keep you up to date on this story as it develops.