By CBS13 Staff

AUBURN (CBS13) — More than $3,000 in counterfeit bills was found after a high-speed chase that ended near Rocklin, deputies say.

The incident happened early in the morning back on Oct. 20. According to the Placer County Sheriff’s Office, deputies tried to pull over a suspect on Highway 49 at Elm Street in Auburn but the driver would stop.

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Deputies say the suspect reached speeds of up to 100 mph – and had no exterior lights on while driving in the rain.

Eventually, authorities used a spike strip near the Rocklin Road off-ramp and disabled the car.

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Two people were found inside the car: 29-year-old Berkeley resident Taylor Ducote (the driver) and 39-year-old Stockton resident Anthony Thread Jr.

Ducote not only had three outstanding warrants for her arrest out of Alameda County, deputies say, she was also allegedly driving without a license.

About $3,100 in counterfeit bills were also found in Thread’s pant pocket, deputies say.

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Both Ducote and Thread were arrested. Thread is facing charges of forgery while Ducote is facing charges of reckless evading, driving with a license and the warrants.