A high speed chase led to two felony counts against a Savannah man after an incident in February of this year.
Shane Wallace, 39, was allegedly driving a Pontiac southbound on I-29 at the Highway 273 exit when a deputy noticed an unsecured trunk.
The deputy ran the plate which came back to a 2006 Ford and a traffic stop was attempted.
According to court documents Wallace fled south on I-29 in excess of 100 m.p.h. tailgating other vehicles and cutting them off when passing. Wallace was chased into a dead-end street in Kansas City, Kan. where he fled on foot.
He was later found hiding in the woods.
A search of the vehicle netted 8.8 grams of suspected methamphetamine and several syringes.
He faces possession of a controlled substance, a Class D felony and resisting a lawful stop, a Class E felony charge.