Michigan State Police tell 13abc that both directions of I-75 are closed between Luna Pier and S. Otter Creek.
Police said a negotiator was able to talk the man into surrendering peacefully.
According to police, residents are not safe there as they work to negotiate the peaceful surrender of a gunman. According to authorities, a suicidal man barricaded himself inside his vehicle on I-75.
Troopers from the Michigan State Police, Monroe Post, negotiate with a man who had a gun after stopping the man on southbound Interstate 75 after he lead police on a chase that started in Pontiac and ended up on the highway in Erie Township, Mich., Thursday, Aug. 10, 2017.
Right now, Michigan State Police say the driver is seeking a suicide by cop and the freeway remains closed.
"At this time he is being evaluated by medical personnel".
The charges include fleeing and evading and resisting arrest - plus more charges could be filed in Oakland County, too. They did a welfare check and found him in a vehicle in Pontiac.
According to police, the Oakland County Sheriff's Office did a welfare check on the subject in Pontiac around 3:30 a.m. That pursuit came to a climax on I-75 in Monroe County early Thursday morning.
The man began streaming live on Facebook at some point.
Cuevas said the man's auto made it hard for them to see exactly what was happening inside.
As he continued making his way down I-75, other police departments picked up the chase before he crashed on southbound I-75 near Laplaisance Rd. just south of Monroe.
"During that long dialogue, touched a nerve with that guy and he probably thought about his family than about himself and made a decision to peacefully surrender", Cuevas said.