Update: Eric Reinbold has turned himself in.
Pennington County Sheriff's Office said Reinbold turned himself in at 9 a.m Saturday.
Reinbold has been charged with three seperate accounts of second degree assault,
The suspect involved in a standoff near Thief River Falls on Thursday has been identified and is still on the loose.
Police say Eric Reinbold called 911 Thursday morning for a disturbance between him and his wife. Another caller passing by the farm saw a pick-up ramming a car on the property with people inside. An adult female and two children who were in the car located a short time later unharmed.
When a deputy arrived at the farm, they found the house empty. Reinbold called dispatch again saying he would meet the deputy at the house. When the deputy came back, he heard Reinbold calling to him from the woods on the property, saying he was armed and would not put the weapon down or come out of the woods.
Officials from ten different agencies responded and set up a perimeter around the property, but were not able to get in contact with Reinbold.
Several hours later, authorities entered the house again, but were not able to find Reinbold.
Police do not believe Reinbold poses any threat to the general public. The search and investigation is ongoing and charges are pending.
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