A 28-year-old Hobbs man flipped his car Wednesday after Eddy County Sheriff's officials say he led them on a high-speed chase driving towards Carlsbad.

Jason Myer lost control of his Chevrolet Blazer and wrecked at mile marker 44 on the Hobbs Highway just after 6:30 a.m. Thursday, according to the sheriff's department.

Eddy County Sheriff's deputies were dispatched after receiving a call about an erratic driver who was seen swerving and speeding at nearly 100 miles per hour. After Myer was located, deputies tried to stop him and he resisted, according to a news release.

Deputies attempted to set out spike strips to stop the vehicle before it entered Carlsbad's city limits, but failed to stop the chase.

Myer continued at high speeds towards town, striking a vehicle near North Canal Street and Pierce. The Carlsbad Police Department also got involved in the high speed chase, according to the sheriff's department.

Myer drove toward the Artesia Highway and lost control of his vehicle shortly after leaving city limits, eventually crashing.

He was taken to Carsbad Medical Center for evaluation, where he was later released with no injuries, the sheriff's department said. He was taken to the Eddy County Detention Center and charged with aggravated fleeing from law enforcement, aggravated driving while intoxicated, immediate notice of an accident and driving with no insurance.