ASHWAUBENON - A chase and standoff had authorities busy in Ashwaubenon Monday night.
Ashwaubenon Public Safety and Brown County sheriff’s officials went to an apartment complex on Cormier Road hoping to take 21-year-old Justin Grunwald into custody on a felony warrant.
Grunwald took off when officers arrived and led them on a chase. Grunwald later returned to his apartment and barricaded himself inside.
Authorities were able to obtain a search warrant. They entered the Grunwald’s apartment at about 10 p.m., at least four hours after initially arriving.
Police then took Grunwald into custody.
“In most cases we find that people comply or eventually come to the door once we notify them it’s the police department and that we have a warrant for their arrest,” said Lt. Luke Pasterski with the Ashwaubenon Department of Public Safety.
Grunwald needed to be taken to a hospital to be treated for bites from a police dog.
Ashwaubenon police are requesting multiple charges.
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