The Marshall County Dispatch Center got the call around 3:30, Friday morning about a possible reckless driver. An officer with the Plymouth Police Department spotted the vehicle on heading eastbound on U.S. 30 near Michigan Road in Plymouth.
According to a press release, the car began increasing in speed when the officer attempted to catch up to it. Marshall County says they clocked the vehicle at speeds in excess of 100 miles per hour.
The driver, identified as 44-year-old Naing Naing, allegedly did not stop for police lights and sirens. The short pursuit topped out at speeds of 120 miles per hour after officers used stop sticks to disable the front tires.
Naing was taken into custody and booked at the Marshall County Jail. He is facing charges of Resisting Law Enforcement and Reckless Driving.