PULLMAN, Wash. -

A standoff on the Washington State University campus involving the Whitman County SWAT team ended peacefully Tuesday morning. 

The incident began around 1 a.m. when a driver failed to pull over for a Pullman police officer on College Hill. The suspect drove to the Chief Joseph Apartments on campus and ran into a unit there. 

Officers say the man and another individual jumped out of the window of the apartment and ran into another unit at the complex. During that chase, the individual dropped a knife, prompting officers to call in the SWAT team. 

Around 5:30 a.m. SWAT officers entered the unit and arrested the primary suspect who turned out to be 17-years-old. Officers also arrested 20-year-old Jason Fuhr-Turner, who allegedly ran with the 17-year-old between the apartment buildings. Both are from Seattle.

The teen was arrested for obstruction and driving with a suspended license. Fuhr-Turner was arrested for rendering criminal assistance. 

Neither of the two are students at Washington State University.