A Montgomery man faces arraignment today on felony charges stemming from a high speed motorcycle chase Sunday afternoon.
The incident occurred just after 2:00 pm.
Hillsdale County Sheriff Scott Hodshire tells WCSR News, a deputy was patrolling on Bacon Road near Spring Street in Hillsdale and was attempting to make a traffic stop on a motorcycle with an expired license plate.
The driver of the motorcyle, 43 year-old Dale Meyer of Montgomery, sped away leading police down backroads, heading southwest, reaching speeds over 100 miles per hour.
Meyer traveled several miles before laying the bike down on Paul Road, near the intersection of Ray-Quincy Road.
Meyer fled on foot, with the deputy close behind him. The suspect allegedly pulled a package from his pocket, which he tossed behind a shed.
After catching up with Meyer and taking him into custody, the deputy backtracked to find the package, which contained more than two-grams of meth.
Meyer also had a meth pipe in his possession.
He’s due for arraignment in Hillsdale County District Court this Afternoon.
He remains lodged in the Hillsdale County Jail.