SOUTHINGTON - One man was taken into custody Sunday night after at least four separate incidents throughout town, three of which involved gunfire, police said. Douglas Floyd Gollnick, 74, of Grove Street in the Plantsville section, was taken into custody. His charges have not yet been provided. Lt. Keith Egan said authorities believed Gollnick is possibly linked to shootings in neighboring areas. The first call around 6:45 p.m. sent officers to the 2000 block of Meriden-Waterbury Road for a report of shots fired. The homeowner reported hearing at least 16 gunshots fired at their house, Egan said. At 7:13 p.m., a resident in the 300 block of North Star Drive reported hearing about four to five gunshots. The two homes were occupied at the time of the shootings but there were no injuries reported in either incident, Egan said. Around 7:40 p.m., police were alerted to an alarm activation from Hartford HealthCare Group at 70 Meriden Ave. for a "glass break." Shortly before 9 p.m., a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 750 Meriden-Waterbury Road, reported broken glass, believed to have happened earlier in the night. When officers got to 70 Meriden Ave., they saw a black Chevrolet Silverado parked behind the office. The officers saw a man, matching the description reported at a shooting incident earlier in Bristol, outside his vehicle "holding a long rifle," Egan said. As officers set up a perimeter around the building, they heard the individual shoot off the rifle, Egan said. After the gunfire, officers saw the man drive around the building and onto Meriden Avenue. Officers gave chase, eventually heading on the highway. Egan said Southington officers, aided by Meriden and Middletown officers as well as state troopers, followed the vehicle from Southington, onto Interstate 691 and to Route 66 in Middletown. Middletown officers deployed stop sticks, causing the vehicle to come to a stop while driving across the Arrigoni Bridge, Egan said. Gollnick was taken into custody at the scene. While officers took him into custody, a .22-caliber long rifle was seen on the passenger seat and seized as evidence. "Gollnick has been placed under arrest, positively identified as the shooter from Meriden Avenue, and suspected in three total shooting in the town of Southington, along with possible links to shooting in area towns," Egan said. He said two Southington police vehicles were damaged during the pursuit. Neither officer was injured. Gollnick did not suffer any injuries. The incidents remain under investigation. This is a developing story. Check back for updates.