More information has been released about a high-speed chase that began in Mankato earlier this week.

According to Mankato Police, an officer tried to pull over the vehicle because it belonged to someone without a valid driver’s license, but when he flipped on the lights and sirens the driver took off. The chase reached speeds over 100 miles per hour until a Blue Earth County Sheriff’s Deputy disabled the car with spike strips at Blue Earth County Roads 90 and 8.

Police said the driver, 29-year-old Angel Sabillon of Cleveland didn’t have the owner’s permission to take the car. She stepped out with her hands up, but passenger 38-year-old Shane Santoro of Waseca bailed from the vehicle and ran. Records show he was caught and handcuffed soon after.

A pat-down found apparent meth in Santoro’s pocket and he was taken to jail. At the facility, jailers said they found a meth pipe and a syringe in his coat pocket.

Sabillon failed field sobriety tests but a breath test showed no alcohol in her system and blood was drawn to test for drugs. The criminal complaint shows she admitted to smoking meth that day. A baggie that contained meth residue and other drug-related items were found in her purse.

Court records show both have prior drug convictions.

Sabillon is charged with drug possession, running from police, driving under the influence of drugs, possession of syringes, reckless driving, and speeding.

Santoro’s preliminary charges include drug possession, bringing drugs into the jail, possession of syringes and other drug items, and running from police.