Authorities said three Winona people were jailed Wednesday following a high speed chase that started in Goodview and ended up on County Road 23 in Gilmore Valley.
Chief Winona County Deputy Ron Ganrude said a deputy tried to stop a vehicle in Goodview whose driver was not wearing a seat belt. Instead the vehicle took off and the chase was on through several Goodview Streets and eventually on Highway 14 and County Road 21.
Ganrude said speeds reached 50 miles an hour in Goodview and and estimated 97 miles an hour in Gilmore Valley. .
The driver was identified as 21-year-old Daniel Lee Sharpie who was citied with fleeing in a motor vehicle, driving after revocation, and suspicion of being under the influence.
Two passengers were each charged with fifth degree possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia.
They were identified as 24-year-old Katelyn Marie Wild and 27-year-old Tonya Lynn Zimmerman.
Authorities discovered evidence of drugs in the vehicle including what is known as plant food, a pipe with meth residue, and some pills.
The chase lasted six minutes and covered five miles.