Police officers attended a flat on Twinnies Lane, Wilmslow to arrest a man in relation to a number of historic domestic violence assaults at approximately 11pm on Tuesday 10th April.
The suspect, who was in the flat alone, refused access and made threats to harm himself.
As a result a stand-off developed with the police which lasted until approximately 11.20am on Wednesday, 11th April, when the 36-year-old man surrendered himself to police.
Sergeant John O'Driscoll said "A force negotiator was used to convince the man to 'give-up' without any harm coming to himself or officers present."
Paul Maylett of Twinnies Road, was subsequently charged with four counts of assault by beating and two counts of criminal damage and driving without insurance.
He was remanded in police custody and appeared at West Cheshire Magistrates' Court on Thursday, 12th April, and again today (Friday, 13th April).
Mr Maylett pleaded guilty to driving without insurance, for which he was fined £120 and received six penalty points.
He pleaded not guilty to the four counts of assault by beating and two counts of criminal damage and has been released on bail to appear at Stockport Magistrate's Court for trial on July 20th.