DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - A Dayton man is facing several felony charges after a routine traffic stop turns into a chase and standoff.
Police say 47 year old Frederick Lytttle was pulled over for not using his turn signal around 11:45 Tuesday night.
Police discovered Lyttle was driving under numerous suspensions and ordered Lyttle to park his van and was given a summons to appear in court. He was released from the scene.
A short time later Lyttle returned to his van , where, according to police , he got into a confrontation with officers dragging one officer him several feet before getting away from police.
The chase ended a short time later at Lyttle's home in the 300 block of Elmhurst Avenue in Dayton.
Police unsuccessfully used a stun gun on Lyttle who made it inside his home refusing to come out.
Police say about 30 minutes later Lyttle surrendered peacefully and was taken to the Montgomery County jail.
Lyttle now faces several charges including felonious fleeing and eluding, resisting arrest and obstructing official police business.
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