PARK CITY, Kan. -

An armed man has surrendered after barricading himself inside a Park City home.

Crews were called to the report of shots fired in the area near 6300 N. Ulysses around 4:30 p.m. Friday. A man in his 40s fired shots through the front door. Police said the man's wife was at home at the time, but managed to escape.

No one was hurt.

SWAT team members were called to the scene to try and establish communication with the man inside. The 48-year-old man surrendered about three hours later.

Units from the Sedgwick County Sheriff's Department,  Kechi Police, Park City Police and Kansas Highway Patrol assisted with the incident.

Neighbors were told to shelter in place. Roads into the area were blocked for several hours.

Jenny Oswalt, who identified herself as the man's sister, said he was a 30-year military veteran with post-traumatic stress disorder, who went to Fort Riley for treatment.

"He has had some sort of melt down," she said. "He had been to Fort Riley, and for whatever reason, Fort Riley triggered a lot more memories. He doesn't remember being at Fort Riley that weekend and when he got back he was just a mess.

Oswalt said her brother should have never been allowed to leave the hospital.