Authorities have arrested 3 people following a high speed chase that started in Bremer County and ended in Black Hawk County.

The incident began shortly after midnight, early Monday, a mile south of Plainfield. Bremer County Deputies pulled over a car on Highway 218 for speeding.

The driver pulled over, but could not produce a driver's license. He then took off, reaching speeds of over 100 miles an hour. During the investigation, authorities determined the car was stolen from Minneapolis.

The Iowa State Patrol deployed stop sticks south of Bennington Road in Black Hawk County, bringing the chase to an end.

Sabrina Flowers. Photo from Bremer Co. Sheriff

Three people were in the vehicle: the driver, 18 year old Davon Garner of Minneapolis, passenger 18 year old Sabrina Flowers of Waterloo, and a 14 year old juvenile girl from Minneapolis. All three are being charged with possession of stolen property second degree.

Garner is also charged with eluding and 2 counts of excessive speed. He also has pending warrants on weapons charges in Minneapolis. He and Flowers were held in the Bremer County jail in Waverly on $5,000 bond each.

The 14 year old girl was taken to the Juvenile Detention center, then released.