HOPEWELL TOWNSHIP, BEDFORD COUNTY - State Police shot and killed a man after a stand-off in Bedford County. They said 67 year old Chester Guyton pointed a weapon at them. Police said the shooting happened after 90 minutes of trying to talk him into dropping it. The stand-off was on Yellow Creek Drive in Hopewell Township. A neighbor told WTAJ News police called him and told him to stay inside his house and away from any windows. State Police were originally called to a home there at 10:30 am for a report of a distraught male. When they arrived, they learned Guyton had guns and was threatening to hurt himself and others. Guyton then reportedly walked out of his house with a weapon in hand. Then at around 1:30 pm, police said Guyton pointed the weapon, engaging the troopers thus resulting in the use of deadly force. Guyton was pronounced dead at the scene. A neighbor told us he was surprised and Guyton was a friendly neighbor but recently had some health problems. Guyton's family did not want to comment on the incident. Police plan to release more information tomorrow.