The assault with a deadly weapon suspect led police on a chase in the San Fernando Valley and crashed through a chain-link fence before coming to a stop, but he refused to come out of the car.
After negotiating with the suspect, police say they broke the car's window with a less-lethal round and used a concentrated formula of pepper spray that forced the suspect to jump out of the vehicle and run uphill.
WATCH: Suspect plows through chain-link fence, triggering standoff in Woodland Hills
Officers sent in a K-9 that latched onto the man, who then went rolling downhill before multiple officers used a Taser and took him into custody.
AIR7 HD was over the pursuit at about 5:30 p.m. and captured the moments the suspect drove on the wrong side of the road, evaded a PIT maneuver, approached a cul-de-sac and plowed through the fence before getting stuck on the hillside. He barricaded himself in the car, making a number of bizarre moves, including spray painting the windows. Police believe he was under the influence of narcotics.
Police say the man was wanted for violating a restraining order and is accused of showing up to a former girlfriend's home and threatening her with a knife.
After police responded to the scene and spotted the suspect's vehicle, the chase began. The standoff lasted for more than two hours. Police allege the suspect was armed with a knife when he was forced out of the car.
The suspect was taken to a Northridge hospital to be treated for injuries police described as minor. He faces felony charges for assault with a deadly weapon and violating a restraining order.
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