The man who took at least two hostages at a Hillary Clinton campaign office in Rochester, New Hampshire has surrendered.
ROCHESTER, N.H. – A distraught man wearing what appeared to be a bomb walked into a Hillary Rodham Clinton campaign office Friday and demanded to speak to the candidate during a hostage drama that dragged on for nearly six hours before he peacefully surrendered.
Shortly after releasing the last hostage, Leeland Eisenberg walked out of the storefront office, put down a homemade bomb-like package and was immediately surrounded by SWAT team with guns drawn.
The suspect — clad in gray slacks, white dress shirt and a red tie — was put on the ground, handcuffed and taken two blocks to the police office in the back of a tactical response vehicle.
Thankfully, nobody was hurt. The man appears to have a history of mental problems and has been well known by the Rochester police.