CHESTERFIELD TOWNSHIP (WWJ) – A barricaded gunman kept police at bay in Chesterfield Township for several hours on Wednesday.

Police arrived at the home in the area of Sugarbush and Baypointe Drive to arrest a 61-year-old man on a felony warrant — “he refused to come out — while the officers were speaking with him he discharged his weapon inside the house — the officers backed away — the home has been secured,” said Police Chief Bradley Kersten.

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Police say the area had been secured and “the individuals that are directly related have been removed from their house or asked to stay inside.”

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A SWAT team on site and worked with police to talk the man out of the home without incident.

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