By Christopher Baker

SACRAMENTO COUNTY (CBS13) – A man led deputies on a high-speed, hour-long chase that ended in Sacramento County, authorities say.

On April 3 at 11:23 p.m., a Placer County deputy tried to conduct a traffic stop on South Auburn Street in Colfax. The car did not stop and drove away at a high rate of speed, according to Placer County Sheriff’s Office.

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During the chase, the driver allegedly hit speeds of 120 miles per hour, driving over double yellow lines, into oncoming traffic.

The roughly hour-long pursuit ended in Sacramento County when the suspect’s vehicle crashed into a tree and he ran away.

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Through the use of the California Highway Patrol’s Air 21 helicopter and a K-9 unit, 33-year-old Thomas Reynolds was taken into custody.

After performing multiple searches, deputies found a methamphetamine pipe in his sock and screwdrivers, wrenches, and sockets in his backpack.

Deputies also found more methamphetamine pipes and a debit card that belonged to someone else.

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Reynolds was arrested on suspicion of evading a peace officer, possession of burglary tools, possession of drug paraphernalia, obstructing a peace officer, and violating his parole conditions.