That chase -- involving $75,000 worth of drugs ends when the car crashes in someone's front yard.
A routine traffic stop quickly turns into a high speed chase Tuesday morning. Monroe resident Alvin Dubose is seen here talking to deputies.
Then quickly gets in his car -- is tazed -- and still manages to start the chase.
Leaving behind his friend, Shakeba Williams.
The two are believed to be high level drug dealers.
And were toting $75,000 worth of ecstasy in a fruit loop box.
Dubose leads deputies on a dangerous route along Interstate 20. West Monroe police throwing spikes down, but still unable to stop the car.
As the car furiously speeds through a school zone deputies hit the car to stop it.
The car narrowly misses this house, as deputies swarm the car.