Limestone County authorities say the search is over for a man who led law enforcement on a pursuit throughout Alabama and Tennessee.
Deputies say Christopher James Shock, 30, is now in custody as of Monday morning.
The sheriff's office says Shock led deputies on a pursuit which eventually entered Giles County, Tennessee on Interstate 65.
Authorities believe he threw a pistol from his white Ford Explorer during the pursuit. When deputies recovered the firearm, they found out it was reported stolen.
Deputies say Shock is facing felony drug charges.
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