Man arrested after chase with law enforcement near Sheridan

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The Sheridan County Wyoming Sheriff’s office has released information about a suspect that they say led law enforcement on a chase through the county, earlier this week.

A statement from the SCSO says that at approximately 12:29 pm, March 13, 2019, the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office responded to an address in the community of Ranchester, Wyoming for a report of a domestic dispute.

As a result of that investigation, deputies say they notified area law enforcement to search for an adult male in a black car with Utah plates.

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Wyoming Highway Patrol Troopers located the vehicle on I-90 and a pursuit ensued near Sheridan. Deputies and Troopers were assisted by Sheridan Police Officers in attempting to stop the subject and keep him away from populated areas.

The driver eventually stopped near exit 33 of I-90.

According to the statement the driver was suspected to have been armed at the time. It has not been released if a weapon was recovered during the incident.

Officials with the Sheridan County Sheriff’s office credit personnel from the Sheridan Police Department with negotiating the suspect’s surrender.

The subject was subsequently arrested without further reported incident.

According to a written statement, the case is still under investigation and a complete list of charges has not been determined.