The man who evaded arrest and allegedly shot at officers has been remanded in custody after appearing at the Rotorua District Court today.
Rollie Heke appeared via audio visual link and faces three charges of attempting to murder a police officer, possession of a semi-automatic firearm and possession of ammunition.
The 37-year-old also faces a charge of failing to stop and two charges of possession of equipment to manufacture methamphetamine.
A man and three women also face charges of assisting Heke to evade arrest.
Heke had been on the run from police since September last year after he removed his electronic bracelet.
Almost two weeks ago Heke attempted to flee after officers signalled for him to stop in Morrinsville.
He allegedly fired at police.
A number of properties were searched and tear gas was used but Heke managed to avoid police.
This morning armed officers surrounded a property in the Kaingaroa Forest township, 50 kilometres from Rotorua.
Police say Heke was "arrested without incident and without undue risk to the community".
Heke entered no plea and was remanded in custody and will reappear at the High Court in Rotorua next month.
Heke's former partner Irene Scanlon was taken into custody this morning in Te Awamutu.
Four others appeared in court over the incident and have been charged as being accessories after the fact of attempted murder.
Rangimaria Haami, 62, Natasha Dawn Telford, 43, Joseph Manunui Long ,32, and Jane Eggleton, 29, have all been remanded in custody and will reappear at the High Court in Rotorua next month.
Meanwhile Eggleton has also been charged with possession of methamphetamine.