The hostage situation at Hillary Clinton's Rochester, NH, campaign office ended peacefully after six hours this evening when a local man identified as Leeland Eisenberg surrendered to police. The final hostage left the building moments before the hostage-taker, who knelt on the ground and was handcuffed and bundled into a police car, the Boston Herald reports
About 45 minutes before Eisenberg and his wife were scheduled for a domestic violence hearing, he entered the office and claimed to have a bomb strapped to his chest. He also called CNN and said he had been unable to get help for his mental problems. A nearby restaurant owner said Eisenberg's son told him his dad "had been drinking for 48 hours and had road flares strapped to him."