A two-county high speed chase has ended in the arrest of a Bridgeport man and the suspect is facing a slew of charges.

It all began last night at about 11:30 on Route 31 in Madison County. State police tried to pull 22 year old Corey Carbery over when Carbery refused. The chase was initially called off due to excessive speed.

His car was then spotted in Oneida County in the Town of Verona by another state trooper who gave chase into the City of Sherrill and then Carbery turned around westbound onto Route 5 back into Madison County.

An attempt was made to disable his vehicle using stop sticks, but that attempt was unsuccessful.

After Carbery stopped, he got out of his vehicle without placing in park and the car struck a marked police car, and he was taken into custody.

Inside his car police located various drug items, several credit cards and a woman's purse. His vehicle also had switched license plates.

Carbery is now being held on 10 thousand dollars bail.