Police in Massachusetts say a man who barricaded himself inside a vehicle in the parking lot of a Cumberland Farms store in Rehoboth and made threats to blow the place up is in custody.
Aerial footage shows a SWAT team tackling and arresting the suspect after he bailed out of a vehicle near the gas station's pumps around 11:30 a.m. after an hours-long standoff on Winthrop Street.
Footage also shows the suspect, identified as 38-year-old Benjamin Kimball of North Attleboro, being loaded into an ambulance after being bitten by a K-9 during his arrest. He was taken to Morton Hospital in Taunton.
It's unclear what charges he faces.
A Cumberland Farms spokesperson said the incident started just before 7 a.m. Thursday when the suspect threatened to harm a store employee.
All customers and employees were safely evacuated and the station's gas pumps were turned off during the situation, according to the company spokesperson.
State police said the suspect threatened police officers and SWAT team members and stated he had a bomb in the vehicle.
Several roads in the area were blocked for hours while police attempted to resolve the situation.
The Cumberland Farms store was re-opened around 2:30 p.m.