MORGAN -- A high speed chase through Ogden Canyon ended Tuesday night after deputies used spikes to slow down the vehicle.<--!break-->The individual driving the vehicle now faces a felony charge of evading.The chase started on Interstate 84 after a deputy attempted to pull over a man who was traveling west on the interstate and had expired registration and no insurance. The car pulled to the side of the road and as soon as the deputy got out of his vehicle, the driver took off."The speeds in the chase reached anywhere from 85 miles per hour up to 100 mph," said Sgt. Jason Lee with Morgan County Sheriff's Office.To slow the driver down, spikes were deployed three times before successfully destroying all the tires. Once the third spikes were engaged, all four tires of the vehicle were destroyed prompting the driver to slow down to 25 mph before pulling to the side of the road near South Weber."After he pulled over he did not try to run and surrendered," Lee said.No injuries occurred during the chase that Riverdale and South Ogden police department's also assisted with. Weber County Sheriff's Office was also on sight with K9's in the area in case the suspect tried to flee on foot.In addition to facing charges of evading, the suspect faces charges of possession of marijuana, driving with a suspended license, expired registration and no insurance.