Officers from the Michigan State Police used a rowboat to arrest a man who jumped in a river to escape them Friday.
The man fled on foot from officers who were investigating allegations that he had threatened to kill his ex-girlfriend, the Detroit Free Press reports.
MSP deployed a K-9 to track him through a swamp and to the Thornapple River. A drone from the Eaton County sheriff's office was used to pinpoint his location. Then MSP officers went after him in a rowboat.
He was suspected of being intoxicated and suicidal. He was taken to Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, where he was treated for hypothermia, intoxication and for a mental evaluation.
State criminal charges against him include resisting and obstructing a police officer, reckless driving, and open intoxicants in a motor vehicle, said Lt. Rene Gonzalez, spokesman for the Michigan State Police First District.