DALLAS, Texas (WTVO) — A driver led police on a high-speed chase in Dallas on Monday.

According to KXAS, the chase started when a Kaufman County Sheriff’s deputy tried to pull over the driver of a black sedan for a traffic violation, but the driver refused to stop.

The chase reached high speeds on I-30, in excess of 115 mph.

The driver was ultimately taken into custody after he got out of the car in a residential neighborhood, after a brief foot chase.

Around 2:20 p.m., deputies used a K9 officer to force the suspect onto the hood of a car, at which point officers were able to step in and arrest him.