Samuel Eloud, a suspect in a hostage-taking at an armed forces recruiting center in Richmond, Va., surrenders to a police officer, in the foreground. The gunman held 11 hostages _ nine military personnel and two civilians _ for nearly five hours. He released them unharmed after a radio station broadcast his statement that he was trying to promote peace in Lebanon. Eloud was being held without bond pending arraignment Thursday on 11 counts of abduction and 11 counts of using a firearm in a felony. Police are treating the incident as a crime, not associated with a terrorist act. Eloud is a U.S. citizen who lived in Lebanon for 18 years, authorities said.