CALVERT COUNTY, Md. (WJZ) – Calvert County Police were involved in a high-speed car chase Friday morning after an armed suspect fled a sheriff’s office.

The driver of the fleeing vehicle was wanted for a domestic assault that happened in Anne Arundel County, and police immediately broadcast a lookout to local counties.

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The car was found in the Solomon’s area of Calvert County traveling over 100 mph, recklessly weaving through traffic. Southbound Route 4 traffic was stopped at Broomes Island Road for safety precautions.

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The car chase ended when the suspect, Michael David Hussey, 58 of Odenton, crashed into a median and a tree. He was then taken into custody by Sheriff’s Office personnel and was transported to Calvert Memorial Hospital for injuries got after the collision.

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Hussey is facing numerous local charges in addition to the first and second-degree assault charges, reckless endangerment, disorderly and driving on a suspended license that Anne Arundel County charged him with.