A pursuit suspect who allegedly fired shots at law enforcement officers during a chase and then peacefully surrendered after an hours-long standoff last May is now awaiting transfer to a state prison to serve sentences in numerous felony counts.

A pursuit suspect who allegedly fired shots at law enforcement officers during a chase and then peacefully surrendered after an hours-long standoff last May is now awaiting transfer to a state prison to serve sentences in numerous felony counts.

Jerod P. Parsons, 28, is jailed in the Pottawatomie County Public Safety.

In a recent docket, he appeared in Pottawatomie County District Court on charges of incitement to riot and malicious injury to property over $1,000. In those counts, he pleaded guilty and received five years with the Department of Corrections in each count, with the sentences running concurrently with another 2016 case that included a list of felony counts. He will receive credit for time served since last year.

In the other case, Parsons was previously sentenced on charges of shooting with intent to kill, endangering others while eluding a police officer, running a roadblock, larceny of an automobile and possession of a firearm after former felony conviction for incidents relating to the 2016 chase and standoff.

In those counts, he was sentenced to 30 years with the Department of Corrections in each count, with sentences running concurrently.

Parsons became the subject of a lengthy standoff with Shawnee police the afternoon of May 18, 2016 as police identified him as the suspect sought in an overnight pursuit that included shots being fired at pursuing law enforcement officers.