Police say a man from Maine who led officers on a high-speed chase in North Carolina and South Carolina, carjacked a vehicle and rammed police cruisers is facing multiple criminal charges.

WSPA-TV in South Carolina reported that police began pursing a car driven by Sayer Anthony-Spang Tamiso, 27, of Hampden, Maine, when he was pulled over Wednesday in Polk County, North Carolina.

Tamiso sped off, weaving in out of traffic and reaching speeds of 115 mph, police said. He crashed his car in South Carolina and ran into a store called True Timber, where he carjacked an employee’s vehicle at gunpoint.

The TV station said True Timber employees barricaded themselves in their offices, sending text messages and leaving voicemails for loved ones.

The chase ended a short while later in Spartanburg County, South Carolina, when Tamiso rammed four police cruisers with the second getaway car. Four cruisers were damaged and one deputy was taken to a hospital for treatment of a back injury.

The television station reported that Tamiso is charged with armed robbery and failure to stop, with other charges pending.