A man who was in a standoff with police in a Munds Park home back in January was sentenced Monday. Thirty-four-year-old Daniel Lykins pleaded guilty to two counts of fleeing from police and using a stolen vehicle in October. Lykins stole a van from Cottonwood and authorities chased him from Interstate-17 north of Camp Verde to a Munds Park house. Authorities say troopers were alerted to the van near the Cornville/McGuireville Road Exit and tried to pull it over. DPS says Lykins refused to pull over and took off going north. Troopers used stop sticks to try and stop the van, forcing it off the interstate at Munds Park. Lykins left the van at the Chevron station and fled on foot. He barricaded himself inside a home. Flagstaff Police SWAT members were called in to negotiate with the suspect and he surrendered nearly two hours later after officers fire pepper balls into the house. Lykins will serve a two year sentence concurrently with his eight-year sentence from Yavapai County. He was originally indicted on 12 charges, but pleaded down to two counts.