NAMPA -- A man is in jail after police say he led troopers on a chase that ended when his minivan hit spike strips in Nampa early Tuesday morning.
The pursuit started at about 3:25 a.m. when an Idaho State Police trooper attempted to pull over a silver Dodge Caravan near the Black Cat overpass on Interstate 84.
The driver - later identified as 40-year-old Sheldon Pete Snapp - kept going, police say, speeding west on the interstate.
Several troopers joined in the chase, and Snapp ultimately got off I-84, ending up in the area of Karcher Road.
Officers with the Nampa Police Department were waiting with spike strips. Snapp's van hit the spikes, police say, and ultimately came to a stop near 6th Street North and 11th Avenue North in Nampa.
He was arrested and booked into the Canyon County Jail on charges of DUI, eluding, possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia and giving false information to police. In addition, according to court documents, he was wanted in a felony drug case out of Ada County.
Snapp is expected to be arraigned Tuesday afternoon.