A Wiscasset man was arrested Thursday night at a convenience store in Augusta in connection with a home invasion that was reported Tuesday night in Woolwich.

The Sagadahoc County Sheriff’s Office said in a press release that Augusta police assisted in the arrest of Daniel P. Colby Jr., 32, on arrest warrants charging him with burglary, criminal threatening and possession of a firearm by a prohibited person. Colby is being held at the Two Bridges Regional Jail in Wiscasset.

Colby allegedly went to a home on Mountain Road in Woolwich and confronted the homeowner. The owner told police that he answered a knock at his door and Colby “barged in with a handgun.” The owner told police that Colby threatened to kill him, then fled.

The homeowner was not injured and police say they believe that the incident “involves a dispute among friends and family members.”

Colby eluded police until Thursday evening. Augusta police Sgt. Christopher Shaw said his department was informed that Colby could be found at the Citgo/Big Apple store on Stone Street in Augusta. Shaw and Officer Matthew Estes approached a car that Colby was sitting in and arrested him around 7:30 p.m.

The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency, Wiscasset police and the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office assisted with the investigation.