One man was arrested after a pursuit in Van Buren and Berrien counties early Wednesday morning.
It was around 12:45 a.m. when dispatch received a call regarding a white pickup truck traveling erratically on I-94, according to ABC 57 News.
The caller said the truck nearly hit them while driving past and was weaving in and out of lanes.
A Van Buren County sergeant pulled the vehicle over after witnessing the erratic driving, but the driver of the truck drove off again, used an Emergency Vehicle Turnaround, and reached speeds between 85 and 100 miles per hour.
The chase continued into Berrien County where the pickup truck’s tire was damaged by spike strips.
The chase ended near mile marker 38 where the driver was identified as 27-year-old Gino Miller of Sterling Heights, Michigan.
Miller was arrested, and a small amount of fentanyl was found in his possession. He was also found to have multiple active warrants.