A Youngstown man is under arrest after the Ohio State Highway Patrol says he led one of their troopers on a chase that ended with a car crashing into a home and the suspect being tasered.

A trooper tells 21 News that he began chasing a Nissan Maxima southbound on Interstate 680 in Austintown at around 1 a.m. after discovering that the car’s owner was wanted for aggravated assault and strangulation.

With speeds at times reaching 104 miles per hour on I-680, the Trooper followed as the Nissan took the Connecticut/Belle Vista exit and continued until the car crashed into a home on the 100 block of Rhoda Avenue.

The patrol says the driver ran through a yard but fell when a fence he tried to jump over collapsed.  The Trooper says he still had to use his taser to subdue the suspect, identified as 49-year-old Aaron Hall of Youngstown.

Hall, who lives just two blocks from where he was captured, was booked into the Justice Center on charges of OVI and fleeing and eluding.

According to the patrol, the house was not severely damaged.