By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

CHICAGO (CBS) — An Illinois man is facing charges after Indiana State Police say he drove 111 mph in a 60 mph zone without a license and then led police on a chase.

Anthony Hayes, 22, of Chicago is charged with resisting law enforcement with a vehicle, which is a felony, and reckless driving and operating a vehicle without ever receiving a driver license, both misdemeanors.

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On Friday, police say, a trooper tried to stop the driver of a 2007 Dodge Charger for going 111 mph in a 60 mph zone on US 41 near County Road 850 North in Warren County, Indiana, but the driver did not stop.

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The trooper pursued the driver south to US 41 and County Road 650 South, where he ended the pursuit.

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Shortly after that the driver ran off the road on US 136 near County Road 800 West, exited the vehicle, and asked for a ride from a passing driver. A Covington Police officer arrived on scene and took Hayes into custody without incident, according to ISP.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff