STEUBEN COUNTY, Ind. (WFFT) — State troopers have arrested a Michigan man after he was accused of drunken driving and going more than 110 mph on a highway early Saturday morning.
Indiana State Police say at around 1:40 a.m. a trooper was patrolling on Interstate 69 in the area of the 340-mile marker in Steuben County and saw a 2013 Ford Taurus car traveling at 110mph on his radar.
Police say after they were able to catch up with the speeding car, the driver "swerved from lane to lane, ran off the roadway, slowing down and speeding up with speeds ranging from 112 mph, to 74 mph, and back up to 110 mph."
ISP says the Trooper was eventually able to stop the driver near the I-69 351 mile marker.
After the chase state police arrested 26-year-old Nicholas Sajecki of Coldwater, Michigan, on several OWI charges, driving while suspended and reckless driving.
Sajecki is being held at the Steuben County Jail where he remains pending an initial hearing.