DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (The Blaze/AP) -- The off-duty New Jersey police officer arrested at his estranged wife's Philadelphia-area home faces 13 counts of attempted homicide following a 10-hour standoff in which he opened fire with a high-powered rifle.
Investigators are still trying to determine exactly what sparked the standoff in Doylestown involving a Clifton Township, N.J., police officer.
Forty-two-year-old Richard Klementovich was taken into custody late Sunday night. The standoff started just before 2 p.m. after police were called to the home over a neighborhood dispute.
Authorities say officers were under fire as soon as they arrived at the home. One officer suffered minor injuries from shrapnel. He was treated and released.
WTXF-TV has more:
The situation began Sunday afternoon at 25 Bittersweet Drive. Police were called to investigate some kind of disturbance at the home, which is located in a development off of Wells Road and Radcliff Drive and belongs to Klementovich's estranged wife.
The officers were immediately met with gunfire, and sporadic exchanges of gunfire could be heard throughout the afternoon.
Police said one officer was struck. That officer was treated at the hospital and released.
At one point, a SWAT vehicle crashed through a fence to take a position directly behind the home where Klementovich has allegedly been firing at police officers.
Officials say Klementovich eventually surrendered to negotiators. He was arraigned early Monday on dozens of charges including aggravated assault. Court records don't list an attorney for him.
Editor's note: the headline of this story has been updated. The vehicle seen in the video is not a "tank" in the traditional sense (no massive gun), but rather a heavily armored vehicle called an "Armored Personnel Carrier." Both, however, are in the same family.