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Armed police have been deployed to an address in Florence Court in Andover after concerns were raised for the welfare of a man.
Officers were called on Sunday at 11.45pm.
At around 11am this morning officers arrested a 47-year-old man on suspicion of assault.
He is currently in police custody.
Due to the circumstances of what had been reported to the police, a decision was made to deploy armed officers.
Police say there was no wider risk to the public and officers at the scene have been stood down.
Armed police have been on duty as part of increased security measures at the Common People festivals in Southampton and Oxford. Organisers say they've only had one request for a ticket refund as a result of the Manchester bombing. Richard Jones reports.
From today - for the first time - armed police will be routinely patrolling in Kent.
Officers trained in firearms and taser will be placed at locations including Canterbury Cathedral, the Port of Dover and Bluewater.
Kent Police say it's an important strategy to protect the public in light of recent terror attacks in Europe but others say it will make people feel less safe - not more. Sarah Saunders reports.
Armed police helped fire officers rescue a man from a burning flat in Bournemouth after he refused to leave.
Officers were called to Oxford Avenue in Southbourne at around 8:45pm on Saturday evening.
The man, who later received hospital treatment, has been assisting police with enquiries relating to arson offences.
No one was else hurt in the fire.
A 32-year-old man has been arrested by armed police in Poole. He is currently being held at Bournemouth Police station. Detective Superintendent Mark Cooper said: "I'd like to thank the public and the media for their help and support throughout this intensive police operation."