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Benicia Standoff Suspect Same One Who Caused Bridge Closure

A suspect who surrendered peacefully Thursday night after an 8-hour SWAT team standoff is the same Benicia resident who was arrested after closing off the Benicia-Martinez Bridge due to a bomb threat earlier this month, police said. Police responded to the 300 block of East H Street to reports of Rodney Brinkerhoff, 54, claiming to be armed and threatening to harm a relative who lives with him around 3 p.m. Man With Pellet Gun Detained at SJ Good Samaritan Hospital Upon arrival, the Benicia Police Department requested the help of the Solano County Sheriff’s Department Regional SWAT team and closed streets around the area, asking residents to stay inside their homes. [[508221122, C]] Milpitas Grandmother Accused of Killing Grandson: Police Hostage negotiators talked Brinkerhoff into surrendering and at about 11:20 p.m., he was taken into custody. No one was injured but officials found multiple loaded firearms in the residence. Trump Tried to Thwart Mueller Probe, Redacted Report Says Brinkerhoff was out on bail after being arrested on April 5 by the California Highway Patrol after closing the Benicia-Martinez Bridge for about four hours due to a bomb and suicide threat, in which bombs were never found. No additional information was immediately available. Photo Credit: Cheryl Hurd/NBC Bay Area

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