FAIRBORN, Ohio (WDTN) — A man is in custody following a SWAT standoff, crash in Fairborn Thursday.

Huber Heights police said officers were sent to the 4800 block of Creeknoll Court around 9:40 a.m. for a domestic violence incident. Police were told a man, identified as James Leach, was fighting a family member in the house and was possibly under the influence of meth.

When officers arrived, they saw Leach leaving and attempted to stop his vehicle. The suspect instead made a U-turn, drove towards an officer’s vehicle and started a brief pursuit. The chase stopped due to high speeds, dangerous driving and road conditions, according to police.

Approximately 45 minutes later, Leach returned to the house. A neighbor told police the man looked like he might drive into the house with his car. Officers returned to the scene and attempted to stop the suspect, but he again drove towards officers and started a pursuit that ended due to the same unsafe conditions.

Around 11 a.m., police said Leach crashed into an apartment complex, went inside, got an AR-15 rifle then locked himself in his vehicle.

According to Fairborn police, SWAT and police officers attempted to negotiate with Leach who remained the vehicle armed. Negotiators spoke to the man for two hours until he turned his phone off. A gas round was then shot through the passenger side window. Leach quickly got out and was then apprehended. Police said no one was injured.

Leach is in the Montgomery County Jail and is facing a domestic violence charge.

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