JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. (Daily Journal) - Police say a Georgia man has been arrested after he led officers on a chase that reached speeds of up to 110 mph.
James Thornburg, 26, was arrested on preliminary charges of driving while intoxicated, causing endangerment, and resisting law enforcement after the high-speed chase that lasted 40 miles ended, 24-Hour News 8's news partner The Daily Journal reports.
The pursuit began in Bartholomew County after a sheriff's deputy tried to stop a car on suspicious drunken driving.
The chase went into Jackson County where Thornburg was arrested after he drove through a fast food restaurant and placed an order.
He tested a .16 percent blood alcohol content. He told police the chase was like a video game.
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