The man involved in a high speed chase with Dallas County Sheriff's deputies was caught early Friday after he turned onto a dead end street.
The man, whose name has not yet been released, was stopped for speeding along Interstate 30 at Walton Walker Road, according to sheriff's deputies. He had been clocked at 105 miles per hour.
When the deputy who stopped and approached the vehicle on foot, the man behind the wheel drove off, according to the sheriff's department.
The driver headed west on I-30 to the Westmoreland Road exit, just east of Cockrell Hill, and proceeded to elude police on side streets, the sheriff's department confirmed for NBC 5.
When officers attempted to set up a spike strip to blow out the suspect's tires, he turned onto Cliffdale Avenue, a dead end street, according to deputies.
Inside of his car, deputies found drugs - cocaine, methamphetamines and marijuana - and the suspect was arrested on the scene, deputies said.