A Toledo man was arrested for leading authorities on a high-speed motorcycle chase that topped 100 mph Saturday night, an Ottawa County deputy's report said.
Terrance Booker, 39, of the 2200 block Dundee St. was charged with fleeing and eluding, a fourth-degree felony, and driving under suspension and reckless operation, both misdemeanors.
Booker, and another unidentified motorcyclist, were seen weaving in and out of traffic on Ohio 2 near Lickert Harder road in Benton Twp., the report said.
As the deputy turned his cruiser around to chase the cyclists, a Carroll Township cruiser was already in pursuit of them with its sirens activated, the report said.
They continued driving several miles west, through the Lucas County line on Ohio 2, illegally passing a multitude of vehicles and not stopping at a stop sign in the process, the report said.
Eventually, the two cyclists split apart when Booker turned onto Seeman road in Oregon.
Officers from the Oregon police department were called for mutual aid. As Booker attempted to make his next turn onto Stadium road, an Oregon police officer had blocked his path, the report said.
Booker stopped his motorcycle and was taken into custody, the report said.
The Ohio 2 and Lickert Harder road intersection is about 20 miles from Oregon, according to Google Maps.
When officers asked Booker why he fled, he said he never saw the lights behind him, the report said.
Booker said he was traveling alone, and he did not know of any other cyclist with him. A quote in the report, however, suggested that Booker perhaps knew the other driver.
"I am not going to snitch," Booker said, according to the report.
His motorcycle was towed and he was taken to the Ottawa County jail where he remains without bond.