A man who barricaded himself inside a car in the 2200 block of Jacksboro Highway was apprehended without incident by police officers on Saturday.
The man, Nicholas Hoefer, 26, of Euless led officers on a car chase that started in North Richland Hills, according to authorities.
The pursuit ended in Fort Worth and SWAT officers were requested to assist with the man's apprehension, said Bradley Perez, Fort Worth police spokesman.
Shortly before 11 a.m., North Richland Hills officers were called to the 7400 block of Northeast Loop 820 to investigate an alleged domestic assault. Those officers saw the suspect leaving the area in a gold Hyundai sedan and signaled for him to stop, a news release from the North Richland Hills police said.
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But the suspect continued driving until he reached the 2200 block of Jacksboro Highway in Fort Worth, where he refused to get out of the car.
North Richland Hills officers saw a handgun in the car and called Fort Worth officers for help, the release said. The Fort Worth SWAT team came to assist and took the suspect into custody about 2 p.m. without further incident, the release said.
Hoefer is being held in the Tarrant County jail pending charges from the North Richland Hills incident and on a warrant from the Tarrant County Sheriff's Office.