One man is dead and another person was arrested following a shooting outside a gas station in Wisconsin, police said.
According to authorities, a 911 caller gave a description of the shooter and their vehicle, a Chevrolet SUV.
This led to a police chase, but officials said they stopped and arrested the suspect by 11 a.m. Police had to use road spikes on the suspect's tires to get him to stop.
Dane County Sheriff Kalvin Barrett told WKOW, "It appears at this time that this was not a random incident and there is no danger to the public. I would like to thank all of the local law enforcement agencies that assisted, as without their collaborative help, we would not have been able to get this incident to come to an end as soon as it did."
Officials said the person who was shot, whose name has not been released, died from their injuries.
Police said 29-year-old Trevon Adams was arrested and booked into the Dane County jail on charges of first-degree intentional homicide and eluding.
The investigation is still ongoing and police are looking for anyone who may have been in the area of the shooting to call (608) 284-6900.