*Editor’s Note: This story has been updated after Campos was captured.

CLOVIS, N.M. (KRQE) – On Wednesday, June 7, Clovis police tried to conduct a traffic stop when the citizen drove off and led officers into a vehicle pursuit. Officers eventually lost sight of the car, driven by 30-year-old Bryson Campos. Ten days later, police captured the accused criminal.

After the initial getaway, officers located Campos’ car in the area of Earlmont and Llano, however, Campos was not with the vehicle. Police were already on the lookout for Campos after he broke parole in April and a warrant went out for his arrest. He has also been a suspect in several vehicle thefts and was wanted for questioning.

After evading police once, Campos became involved in another police chase on June 14. Once again, he was able to avoid capture, this time with the help of 34-year-old Richard Fallis, Clovis police say. Fallis has since been charged with harboring and aiding a felon as well as aggravated fleeing.

Now, Clovis police say they’ve captured Campos. On the evening of June 17, they executed a search warrant and the SWAT team arrived. After 20 minutes, Campos surrendered peacefully, and police found a stolen firearm in the hope as well.

Police say they are testing the firearm for DNA. Campos is facing active warrants for aggravated assault on a police officer, aggravated fleeing from law enforcement, and absconding from parole.