HELENA — The Lewis and Clark Sheriff’s Office were involved in a high speed pursuit Sunday evening.
A man led deputies on a high-speed chase at around 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, and fled to the Helena Campground and R.V. Park.
Sheriff Leo Dutton told MTN when the man got out of his vehicle, pointed a firearm at himself, and threatened suicide. The man then ran to a trailer house.
After negotiations with deputies, the 37-year-old Robert Fasuga of Helena gave himself up peacefully.
Undersheriff Jason Grimmis says Fasuga has several warrants for his arrest out of both Lewis and Clark and Cascade counties.
The man's name has not yet been released; we will update you if we get more information. Video below was provided by Bad Boy Bail Bonds: