GSP officers led on multi-county high speed chase was on scene during the chase in Worth County. Officers from multiple jurisdictions talk after the chase ended in which one officer lost their bumper. /

First Update (10/1/13)
The Macon Police Department has identified the man involved in the high speed chase and charges he faces in Macon.

Aaron West Joiner has been charged with 12 counts of burglary, six counts of entering auto; one count of criminal attempt to commit theft by taking auto, two counts of theft by taking auto. The investigation remains ongoing and more charges from Macon police may follow.

Georgia State Patrol issued 11 charges of their own relating to the chase.

Initial Story
Georgia State Patrol have made one arrest after a multi-county chase ended in Worth County Monday afternoon.

Sergeant Mike Maynard of the Georgia State Patrol says that the chase for the man was started by the Macon Police Department after the vehicle he was in came back stolen. Once he left their jurisdiction, police called in GSP to take over.

The man was clocked going at speeds of over 100 mph in several places of the multi-county chase that went through Dooly, Crisp, and Worth.

The chase ended in Worth after officers used stop sticks on the vehicle, which led him into a ditch. The man then got out of the vehicle and ran into a wooded area but was caught shortly after.

Officials are not releasing his name and charges at this time as he is being transferred to the Houston County Jail but say he's wanted in relation to multiple incidents in Macon.

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