A man is behind bars after leading police, Sheriff's deputies, and DPS troopers on a high speed chase.
It started when officers responded to a business alarm in Odessa, and they noticed 24 year old Zachary Bolf driving around the business, slowly.
They attemped to pull him over and he fled.
DPS troopers joined in the pursuit through Odessa, onto I-20, then U.S. Highway 385 southbound into Crane County.
Troopers threw out a tire deflation device to stop the car, and the say Bolf just drove around them, in and out of oncoming traffic.
Officials shot at the back of his car, and that's when he stopped in the middle of the roadway.
After a short foot pursuit, Bolf was arrested, and remains in the Crane County jail.
Officials say he will face several charges, among them evading arrest, which is a felony offense.