ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. -- One of St. Johns County's most-wanted suspects was arrested Thursday night, according to county deputies.
Investigators said Kenwand Thompson was wanted on charges of selling fake drugs.
"He was selling what is sometimes referred to as 'God Rock,' but it's fake crack cocaine. Sometimes individuals will sell this fake crack cocaine to folks, and it's obviously 100 percent pure profit for them. Not only is it illegal -- just as selling crack cocaine is -- but of course there are a lot of other issues that could happen. We've had people shot after doing that here in St. Johns County years ago," said St. Johns County Sheriff's Office Sgt. Chuck Mulligan.
Deputies said they spotted Thompson and chased him as he traveled at speeds topping 100 mph in his Mercedes Benz.
According to deputies, Thompson flipped the car while trying to navigate a sharp corner near Four Mile Road and Helen Street.
They said the man jumped from his car's sunroof and ran into a wooded lot. Several deputies continued to chase Thompson on foot.
After being given several commands to stop running, a deputy fired a Taser gun at Thompson.
Deputies caught and arrested Thompson a short time later.
In addition to the drug charge, Thompson also faces charges related to the chase.
One deputy suffered minor injuries during the pursuit.