A Chenango Road man, who was involved in a stand-off with police Friday, turned himself in Monday.
"Jasen Kruki was arrested this morning without incident," Huron County Sheriff's Detective Sgt. Josh Querin said.
Kruki was taken into custody at the sheriff's office.
"He had spoken with an attorney over the weekend who advised him to turn himself in," Querin said.
Jasen Kruki's wife called the Huron County Sheriff's Office for assistance Friday evening after her husband allegedly pushed and kicked her, injuring her shoulder. When the victim told Kruki about contacting the sheriff, he destroyed her cell phone.
After Sgt. Todd Corbin arrived at the home, Kruki had a sidearm pistol and two long guns with him on the porch. Kruki reportedly told Corbin, "You have no business being here. Get off my property."
Corbin couldn't get close enough to Kruki "because he was so heavily armed," Detective Rich Larson said.
Kruki, 44, immediately picked up his weapons, holstered his sidearm and went back into his house. At some point, he let his dog loose, a German shepherd mix breed, Larson said.
Corbin retreated to his cruiser, standing behind the door for cover and called for backup. Meanwhile, the sergeant located the victim, the couple's teenage son and the victim's mother in a bean field and told them to leave the area because it was not safe.
About eight hours later when the Mansfield S.W.A.T. team searched the home, it was discovered Kruki had fled.
Querin said deputies executed at search warrant at the home late Saturday.
"To look for evidence," he said. "Some evidence was seized."
Were the guns seized?
"That information is close to the investigation," Querin said.
Information has been forwarded to the Norwalk law director's office for consideration of charges.
"We're glad there was a peaceful ending to an extremely dangerous situation," Querin said.