According to the Benton County Sheriff's Office, the stand-off started around noon at a house on Roxburgh Drive. Deputy Keisha Guyll said Brian Patrick Murphy, 60, was going through a divorce and when civil deputies showed up to take pictures of the house, he did not cooperate.
SWAT team members and criminal negotiators were called in because they said they once heard Murphy "racking shotgun shells inside."
Guyll said he posed a threat to himself so SWAT forced entry. Once they were inside, Guyll said he was cooperative and was taken into custody.
Murphy was taken to the hospital after complaining of chronic back pain but Guyll says he was not injured in the standoff today.