Hamilton County (WISH) - A police chase involving several agencies and crossing two counties ended early Friday morning with an arrest.
Police say around 2:45 am Lapel Police were making a traffic stop near Ind.13 and Interstate 69 in Madison County.
The driver took off and led police on a chase that went south on I-69 with speeds reaching 90 mph.
Indiana State Police, Hamilton County and Fishers police officers joined in the pursuit.
The driver exited the interstate at 96th Street in Hamilton County and led police at much slower speeds into the Brooks Chase neighborhood.
Police say he drove through some yards and damaged a Duke Energy electrical box near 106th and Hawthorne Ridge.
Police used some stop sticks which let the air out of the car's tires.
The chase ended on Brooks School Road over I-69 where the driver surrendered to police.
The driver was taken into custody. Police say he was intoxicated.
The chase lasted about 25 minutes.
No one was injured.
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