This is his Greene County MO Jail mug shot
Jason Michael Fedele, 37, had been on the run since January when a Mineral County, W.Va., grand jury indicted him on two counts of sexual assault and two counts of incest, said Mike Walker, a deputy with the local U.S. Marshal's office.
Fedele also was wanted in Cumberland County, Pa., for failure to appear on a charge of aggravated assault with a firearm.
Walker said Fedele spotted Southern Missouri Fugitive Task Force members closing in on him in Battlefield on Thursday, hopped in a Dodge crew cab truck and sped away.
With a passenger riding in the cab, Fedele took officials on a nearly 90-minute chase in which he reached speeds of 100 mph on James River Freeway and I-44.
He was apprehended north of Pierce City, the truck having traveled nearly 30 miles after its two front tires had been blown out after running over spike strips.
The U.S. Marshals office was still putting the pieces together Thursday night.
The truck had Arkansas plates, but it was not clear how Fedele came in possession of it or how he reached southwest Missouri.
No weapons were found in the truck, and the passenger was not arrested, Walker said.
Greene County and Lawrence County sheriff's departments assisted in the chase.
Lawrence County Sheriff Brad Delay said deputies threw down spike strips at mile markers No. 49 and No. 35 and managed to blow out the truck's right and then left front tire, respectively.
"No one was hurt or injured at all," Delay said, noting the strips were thrown down after deputies determined that only the Dodge truck would be impacted.