A man whose passenger repeatedly yelled at him to stop led area police on a chase Sunday morning through several North Texas cities before he was captured in Northeast Tarrant County.
The man and three passengers with him were taken into custody just before 8:30 a.m. Sunday in the 2300 block of southbound Texas 121.
Authorities used spikes to flatten three tires on the vehicle.
Police say the driver, Tyler Ray Michka, 23, was taken to John Peter Smith Hospital. His condition was unavailable.
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Pending charges for Michka include evading arrest with a vehicle, unauthorized use of motor vehicle, possession of control substance and possession of marijuana, said Sgt. Marc Povero.
Michka also had a warrant for suspicion of theft out of Kaufman County, Povero said.
Two women and a man were passengers, two of which were taken into custody for warrants in other cases: James Archie Upchurch IV, 25, and Ashley Stewart, 21, police said.
At times, a passenger in the vehicle yelled at the driver to stop the vehicle, but he refused. The passenger called a dispatcher during the pursuit and provided information to officers.
The chase began shortly after 7 a.m. as officers tried to stop the vehicle on a traffic violation in east Fort Worth.
The pursuit went east on Interstate 30 into Arlington, and continued into Grand Prairie, Dallas, Irving, Flower Mound, Southlake and Grapevine. Speeds reached 90 mph on I- 30, according to police.
During the chase, police reported seeing objects thrown out of vehicle windows. At one point, police could see the driver drinking something as he drove down highways.