MORLEY, Mich. (WZZM) -- A man wanted on charges of assault and leading police on a high-speed chase has surrendered to Michigan State troopers.
Alan Phelps gave himself up near his parents' home in Morley Wednesday afternoon. WZZM 13 News received a tip about the surrender, and was present when he was arrested.
Investigators say Phelps is responsible for a May 10 assault that happened in Mecosta County's Wheatland Township.
On May 24, troopers say they tried pulling Phelps over on a traffic violation U.S. 131 near M-46 in Montcalm County. His car hit went the wrong way in a construction zone on the highway and hit another vehicle head-on. According to troopers, Phelps escaped from the scene.
Police began searching for Phelps around his parents' home on May 24, but were not able to find him.
Troopers originally said Phelps was wanted on criminal sexual conduct charges, though they now say that was not the case.
Phelps is being held in the Mecosta County Jail.