LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- Louisville Metro Police arrested a man they said rammed into several police vehicles early Friday morning near Iroquois Park, forcing an officer to fire on the suspect's vehicle.

On October 11, the Bullitt County Drug Task Force attempted to arrest Brandon Keeling, 32, during an investigation. Keeling drove away, struck a narcotics vehicle and fled.

Detectives were able to locate Keeling on the evening of October 13, and they requested assistance from LMPD.

When police attempted to pull Keeling’s vehicle over, he rammed a narcotics vehicle and continued striking another narcotics vehicle. Three narcotics vehicles and two LMPD vehicles were damaged.

A narcotic detective fired at the passenger tires, taking them out, and an LMPD officer fired, taking the driver’s tire out. Still, Keeling continued his efforts to flee, but detectives were able to break his window and taze him.

Keeling was taken into custody after being checked by EMS for minor injuries.

Handguns, meth, heroin, digital scales and over $4,000 were recovered.

Keeling faces 9 charges of wanton endangerment, as well as fleeing and evading, resisting arrest, trafficking meth and heroin, possession of a handgun by a convicted felon and 5 counts of criminal mischief.

Jessica Lamb, 23, was also arrested during the incident. She faces charges of trafficking meth and heroin.