A Wisconsin woman is facing multiple charges after leading authorities on a high-speed chase through four counties in Iowa Tuesday night (Oct. 18, 2016).

Grundy County sheriff's officials said Jennie Myers, 23, of Bloomington, Wis., was arrested in Delaware County following a pursuit that originated in Grundy County. The pursuit went through Black Hawk and Buchanan counties.

The chase ended shortly after 10 p.m. Myers was taken into custody on the following charges:

  1. Operating While Intoxicated - First Offense
  2. Felony Eluding
  3. Possession of a Controlled Substance, Marijuana
  4. Speeding: 113 mph in a 55 mph Road Construction Zone
  5. Speeding: 90 mph in a 65 mph zone
  6. Two Stop Sign Violations
  7. Improper Use of Median
  8. Driving with a Suspended Drivers License

Grundy County sheriff's deputies made the arrest. Myers was taken to the Hardin County jail in Eldora, where she's currently being held without bond.

Other agencies assisting in the pursuit included the Iowa State Patrol, Hudson police, and various officials from the following counties: Black Hawk, Buchanan, Delaware and Jones.