BRAZIL, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — A Brazil man has been arrested after deputies say he led them on a chase in multiple counties and through several residential yards.

According to the Vigo County Sheriff’s Office, Joshua D. Corbin, 29, of Brazil was arrested shortly after midnight Tuesday. The situation reportedly began at the Seelymart Gas Station on E US 40 in Seelyville when a deputy spotted Corbin’s truck backed up to the closed business and decided to inquire as to what was going on.

The investigating deputy noted Corbin initially gave him a false name and last four digits of his social security number. Investigating a female passenger in the vehicle reportedly led the deputy to learn the driver’s true identification, and that he had a warrant for resisting arrest.

“I requested a second unit… Once he was on scene I relayed that one of Joshua’s warrants was for resisting law enforcement and that I believed he was going to flee. Lt. Hall moved his patrol vehicle to the front of the green truck and I could see Joshua closely watching him.”

Vigo County Sheriff’s Office Incident Narrative

The officer then asked Corbin to step out of the truck, and that’s when the deputy says Corbin placed the truck into gear and fled from the parking lot, almost striking the other officer on scene who had stepped out of his patrol unit.

The chase moved from Main Street eastward onto Ohio Avenue before turning northbound onto 3rd Street. Deputies noted Corbin ran a stop sign as he turned onto Ayers Street.

At one point, the deputy said Corbin drove onto a dead-end road, doing a “complete 360” in a residential yard before driving westbound through another yard, navigating “a deep ravine” before getting back onto Ayers Street.

The chase made its way onto US 40 where the driver hit speeds of 90 miles per hour.

Once in Clay County, Corbin turned southbound on N County Road 675 W. The deputy reports that after failing to navigate an intersection Corbin’s truck became stuck in a residential yard on W. County Road 600 N.

At that point, the deputy said Corbin leaped from his truck and began to run. A short foot chase led to a backyard of a nearby residence where Corbin reportedly gave up and was taken into custody.

The deputy noted the truck was returned as valid to Corbin, and nothing illegal was located in a vehicle search.

Corbin was taken to the Vigo County Jail and charged with criminal recklessness with a deadly weapon, resisting law enforcement, and reckless driving.