JASPER -- A wanted Jasper man was arrested early this morning and now faces multiple felonies including dealing meth.
Police saw 30-year-old Toby Shelly just after 1 this morning and attempted to pull him over.
Arrest reports show the car kept going, running a stop sign and attempting to elude officers.
Police say Shelly got out of the vehicle and fled on foot into woods off of Second Avenue.
After a foot pursuit, Shelly was arrested.
During the investigation, police say they found 13 grams of meth, 3 grams of heroin, 6 hypodermic needles and paraphernalia.
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Shelly is facing 5 felonies from an outstanding warrant.Those include dealing in multiple illegal substances.
He now faces new felony charges of Dealing in Meth and Dealing in a Narcotic Drug, Possession of Meth and a Narcotic Drug.He also faces six felony counts of Possession of a Syringe.
Shelly is also charged with two misdemeanors of Possession of Paraphernalia and Resisting Law Enforcement.