A Troy man was arrested on several charges Saturday night after police said he led deputies from the Waldo County Sheriff’s Office on a chase in the Burnham area while his young son was in the car.

Dale Rowe, 31, was arrested on outstanding warrants, failure to stop for an officer and operating after suspension, according to a press release from the sheriff’s office.

The chase started about 5:20 p.m. when Deputy Kyle Wasiela tried to pull over a Honda CRV for operating with studded tires on North Horseback Road in Burnham. The car signaled it would pull over and slowed down, but then sped back up and wouldn’t stop, police said.

Wasiela chased the car onto several rural roads with light traffic in both Burnham and Troy with speeds slightly exceeding the speed limit and reaching as high as 60 mph.

Sgt. Matthew Curtis of the sheriff’s office laid down a spike mat on Detroit Road in Troy, deflating the car’s tires. The car continued to drive with four deflated tires until another sheriff’s deputy blocked the car, ending the pursuit.

Police said Rowe had his elementary school-age son in the car. The boy’s mother came to pick him up after Rowe was arrested, police said.

Rowe was taken to the Waldo County Jail in Belfast. Rowe’s outstanding warrants were for underlying charges of unpaid fines and assault in Penobscot County, according to the sheriff’s office.