On Monday, February 12th at about 4:30 p.m., deputies responded to a report of menacing that occurred in the 37000 block of Parsons Creek Rd., Marcola. The suspect, Shane Leroy Doyle, 51, had arrived at the location and pointed a firearm at several victims during a dispute. He then left in a vehicle. While deputies were driving to the call, they spotted Doyle’s vehicle and initiated a traffic stop. Doyle pulled over, started driving again, then stopped in the area of Marcola Road and Hayden Bridge Road. Doyle refused to comply with instructions to exit the vehicle. Deputies were able to observe the interior of the vehicle from a distance with a an LCSO drone. Doyle was armed with a pistol, rifle, and shotgun in the vehicle. He often was holding the handgun or had it in the seat next to him. Deputies with the LCSO Crisis Negotiation Team (CNT) were able to contact the suspect by phone. They deescalated Doyle from his suicidal statements and threatening behavior. Finally, they convinced him to comply with instructions to surrender. After more than an hour of negotiation, Doyle was safely taken into custody. He was lodged at the Lane County Jail on four counts of Unlawful Use of a Weapon and four counts of Menacing. The Lane County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the Oregon State Police and Springfield Police for their quick response to assist with bringing this call to a safe conclusion for all involved.