NORTH TOWANDA, PA (WENY) -- A Northern Tier man was arrested early Saturday morning after he allegedly led police on a chase that reached triple digit speeds in Bradford County.

According to Pennsylvania State Police, Troopers tried to pull over a black 2012 Chevrolet Camaro on State Route 6 in North Towanda when it drove off around 1:00 a.m. Police say the Camaro forced other cars off the road, and at one point the car got up to 100+ mph. Troopers also say the driver tried turning off the car's lights to try and elude police.

The chase came to an end after the Camaro hit a concrete median, and the car was blocked in by Troopers and Towanda Borough Police officers

The driver, who was pulled out of the car, was identified as 20-year-old Clayton Mount of Towanda. There's no word yet on what charges Mount is now facing.

Troopers say Mount was taken to Towanda Memorial Hospital, where he consented to a blood draw. The incident is now under investigation.