STAND-OFF - There are no reports of injuries following a standoff at a Mineral County bank on Monday.

State Police say Mary Ann Crossland, 38, faces five counts of kidnapping along with possession of a firearm by a prohibited person. Troopers say she entered the Chessie Federal Credit Union in Keyser armed with a shotgun on Monday afternoon. She demanded the FBI perform a polygraph test on her.

Investigators say Crossland held both customers and bank employees hostage during the incident while State Police attempted negotiations from the parking lot. The Mineral Daily Tribune reported three tellers and two customers were the hostages. The Tribute also reported Crossland arrived at the bank in a taxi cab, which remained in the parking lot as the incident unfolded. Nobody was injured in the incident.

The incident started about 1:45 p.m. According to reports, Crossland allowed two hostages to go free about an hour and a half into the incident. She put down the shotgun and moved to another room in the bank, giving a green light to the State Police Special Response Team. They entered the bank from the rear and ended the standoff without injury.

It’s not clear why Crossland sought a polygraph or was motivated to her actions. She’s in custody of the Mineral County Sheriff’s Department and being held at the Potomac Highlands Regional Jail.