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story.lead_photo.caption SubmittedThe Callaway County Sheriff’s Office assisted the Missouri Highway Patrol with a search Tuesday evening.

A Ferguson man led the Missouri Highway Patrol on a 7-mile chase Tuesday evening near Kingdom City.

According to a Highway Patrol arrest report, Eddie Marshall, 38, was arrested for a dozen charges, including:

Failure to drive on the right half of roadway

Speeding

Driving while suspended

Operating a vehicle in a careless and imprudent manner involving a motor vehicle crash

Driving while intoxicated — drugs

No seat belt

Failure to signal

Leaving the scene of a motor vehicle crash

Resisting arrest

Unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia

Possession of a controlled substance (10-15 grams of cocaine)

Felony probation warrant for parole violation

After attempting to drive away from authorities, Marshall allegedly crashed his vehicle along the westbound side of Interstate 70 near the U.S. 54 interchange in Kingdom City, fleeing on foot.

Callaway County Sheriff's Office deputies, along with the K9 unit, assisted in the search.

The Sheriff's Office's drone was deployed.

Marshall was found lying in tall grass outside a carpet store on the south side of Interstate 70, according to a Facebook post from the Sheriff's Office.

Marshall was arrested by the Highway Patrol and taken to Callaway County Jail with no bond.

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