Farmington Police, as well as other agencies, have been involved in a standoff on Temple Road since 9:30 Sunday morning.

UPDATE: Farmington Police say the standoff has ended and they have a suspect in custody. 43-year-old Matthew Allen faces multiple charges. 

Officers were asked to assist the Franklin County Sheriff's Office at a home on Route 43, the Temple Road, as part of an investigation. When they arrived at 662 Temple Road, police say a person in the home allegedly threatened officers with a gun. At this point, a perimeter was set up and the standoff began.

As of 11:00 last night, according to WCSH-TV, the standoff continued and that portion of Route 43 was blocked off to traffic.

We'll update this story as more details become available. 

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