Man wanted for domestic abuse after escaping standoff turns himself in
Community activist Tory Lowe said he got a call from Nasar Gregory Sunday morning. Lowe and private investigator Daniel Storm worked with Gregory to make sure the surrender went smoothly.
"We informed everyone what was taking place. I made sure everyone knew he was turning himself in. He is not a dangerous person. It was good to have a neutral space that was safe for everybody. There are alternative ways that we can take when these situations happen that no one is harmed and everyone is safe," said Lowe.
Waukesha Police said that it's agency received tips from the public and worked in cooperation with the Milwaukee Police Department and US Marshall's Office to find Nasar Gregory.
Police added that Storm was a vital asset to law enforcement as he negotiated, coordinated and facilitated the safe surrender of Gregory.
The victims of the incidents were given resources including including the Woman's Center to advocate for their needs during this time.