BEAVER DAM, Wis. — Regulation enforcement officials had been in a position to peacefully solve an several hours-long standoff early Sunday morning immediately after a car chase that led officers all over Dodge county.

All around 8:15 p.m. Saturday officers with the Juneau Law enforcement Office commenced chasing a 2002 Chevrolet Envoy that was touring westbound on County Highway W. Deputies with the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office joined in on the pursuit a short time later on.

During the chase, the Envoy remaining the roadway and hit a squad car when it re-entered the highway.

As the car ongoing on County Highway W toward Beaver Dam, the driver crashed into a Juneau Law enforcement Division squad automobile and a Dodge County Sheriff’s Office environment squad motor vehicle, which caused disabling harm to both of regulation enforcement cars.

Following the crash, the Envoy drove eastbound on County Freeway W in advance of driving off the roadway just west of Crystal Lake Highway.

Legislation enforcement officers with the Dodge County Sheriff’s Place of work, Juneau Police Department and Beaver Dam Law enforcement Office established up a perimeter around the vehicle right after finding out the driver of the Envoy was armed with a gun.

The Dodge County Sheriff’s Workplace SWAT team responded to the scene with an armored car or truck. An armored vehicle from the Fond du Lac County Sheriff’s Workplace was also sent to the scene.

Authorities negotiated with the driver of the Envoy for approximately 8 hours. Shortly just after 4 a.m., officers were equipped to take the suspect into custody with out any accidents, according to the release.

The suspect, a 25-yr-old Oshkosh gentleman, was taken to an region medical center as a precaution. He will be taken to the Dodge County Detention Facility the place he will reportedly encounter several prices tied to the incident.

The incident is still beneath investigation by the Juneau Police Department and the Dodge County Sheriff’s Business.