Bismarck police say the suspect in a late-night standoff at the Skyway Trailer Park has been wounded and taken to the hospital.
Police Lt. Steve Cysewski said he had no details about the man's injuries. He said no one else was injured, and the investigation continues.
"We still have a crime scene," Cysewski said.
Cysewski said earlier that shortly before 8 p.m. Tuesday, the man, who was believed to be heavily intoxicated, called 911 and said he was holding people at gunpoint and wanted police to come.
Cysewski said one person inside was allowed to leave the home, but authorities did not know how many people remained inside. A SWAT team was called.
Cysewski said the man would not come to the door, but had told those he was in contact with that he wanted to shoot officers.
The suspect later indicated he did not want to harm anyone inside the mobile home.
According to a police release, when officers first arrived at the scene, the 43-year-old Bismarck man met them outside and appeared to be carrying a rifle. He confronted the officers, but went back inside.
Negotiations continued on and off for about four hours.
At 1 a.m., according to police, he ended a phone call with police and came out of the home. He pointed a gun at officers and he was shot by officers.
He was given first aid and taken to Medcenter One.