A stand-off with police on Wednesday in Buffalo Narrows resulted in the deployment of the RCMP’s emergency response team and the arrest of two people.

Buffalo Narrows RCMP say they responded to a report of an assault and robbery at a home in the community Wednesday afternoon.

Officers were able to determine that the suspects were still in the home, however, officers calls at the door went unanswered.

The RCMP say they then obtained a warrant and entered the home.

Officers say they cleared the home but say they could hear movement from the crawl space. Mounties also say officers found evidence about the possibility of firearms in the home.

The Buffalo Narrows RCMP then called in help from nearby detachments, the RCMP’s Emergency Response Team and the RCMP Police Dog Services.

At this time, a woman exited the home and was arrested without incident.

RCMP then say the Emergency Response Team was able to extract and arrest the man in the house without incident.

Police indicate no firearms were located in the home.

As a result, the two suspects are facing charges. 26-year-old Jade Chartier faces one count of possession of stolen property. Meanwhile, 20-year-old Johnny Thompson faces a number of charges – including assault, robbery, and resisting arrest.

Thompson appeared in court in La Loche on Thursday.