Arraignment took place Tuesday for a Battle Creek man accused with leading police on a chase through two counties.

WTVB reports that 32-year-old Joshua Miller was charged Tuesday with third-degree fleeing and eluding in Branch County Court, and had bond set at $100,000. The chase initially began back in February of this year, where Battle Creek Police wanted him for allegedly holding his girlfriend hostage, assaulting her, and for driving a stolen vehicle; authorities say speeds reached over 130 miles per hour before his vehicle was eventually stopped by a police cruiser near Coldwater.

According to Calhoun County Court records, Miller was sentenced in September to a year in jail and three years’ probation, after pleading guilty to auto theft and fleeing police.

Records show charges of unlawful imprisonment and assault were dropped.

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