TULSA - Police have released body camera video from an arrest involving a shooting suspect. 

The arrest came after a chase through a Tulsa Neighborhood in early November. 

Tico Woods is in the Tulsa County jail, facing several complaints including shooting with intent to kill.

Officer said after demanding Woods to come out of hiding, they used pepper balls, prompting his surrender. 

The arrest came after a short chase in East Tulsa. An officer recognized the suspect's van, matching the description from a shooting scene from the end of October. 

Officers had been looking for Woods for more than a week. 

Woods ditched his van and ran off, officials said. 

Police got a call from a concerned woman, saying someone had jumped the fence in her backyard. The woman's call led police to an apartment complex near East 11th Street and South Memorial Drive. 

After Woods surrenders, body cam video shows officers searching the apartment he was hiding in, looking for the gun he used in the shooting. 

Police also used their K9 officers to help track down Woods.