SIOUX FALLS, S.D.(KELO)- It was a busy and dangerous weekend for Sioux Falls Police.
On Friday, police arrested three men who were firing a weapon while driving down the street.
The suspects led police on a short pursuit before abandoning their vehicle near Augustana University.
Police Lieutenant Jason Leach.
Leach says one of the suspects was still armed during his arrest.
Also on Friday, a man wound up behind bars after throwing knives at Sioux Falls Police.
It occurred after officers responded to a call near the airport about a man threatening others with a knife.
The suspect fled on a bike when police arrived before stopping and confronting officers.
Leach says the suspect was tased multiple times before he was taken into custody.
55-year-old William Cross Dog was charged with three counts of Aggravated Assault on Law Enforcement, Eluding, and Resisting Arrest.
Then, late Sunday night, an officer had a rifle pointed at them while responding to a seperate call.
The incident occurred when a man came out of his home as an officer was investigating a hit and run crash near 33rd and Duluth.
The man then came back out with a rifle while shining a flashlight at the officer.
No shots were fired by either police or the suspect.
27-year-old Tristan Deck was arrested on three counts of Aggravated Assault on Law Enforcement and Possession of a Loaded Weapon while Intoxicated.