Saturday night a Precinct 1 Deputy Constable made a traffic stop of a black Toyota passenger car on I-45 northbound near Calvary Road while working DWI interdiction. As he approached the vehicle he spotted a gun box with ammunition sitting in the passenger seat of the vehicle, the driver was acting nervous. The deputies got his drivers license and as they returned to the patrol car to check it the driver sped off. A pursuit was initiated and continued north at speeds of up to 120mph. Walker County attempted to spike the vehicle at Old Montgomery in Huntsville but was unable to due to heavy traffic. It was again attempted at Highway 30 but the driver avoided the spikes. Madison County had three units at the Madison/Walker County Line but was unable to stop the vehicle which had been not just going lane to lane but driving on the shoulder also. The chase continued through Madison County and into Leon County. It was there the driver tried to avoid spike strips and crashed into a highway sign and disabled his vehicle. The suspect then fled on foot but was quickly put in custody. A search of the immediate area found a handgun and meth. He was brought back to the Montgomery County to be checked at the hospital and then transported to the Montgomery County Jail and booked in for evading arrest and possession of a controlled substance. ICE has also placed a hold on the suspect. When the deputy first stopped the vehicle it appeared he had blood on his hands. Once the chase was completed Lt. Tim Cade with the Montgomery County Precinct 1 Constable Office decided to start checking into why the male, identified as Alex Ramon Quiroz-Sorian, 23, was fleeing. It was learned that he was wanted for questioning by Houston Police for a homicide several hours earlier.