FREYBURG – Two men remained jailed Wednesday, five days after leading police on a high-speed chase during which a deputy’s cruiser was rammed, Fryeburg Police Chief Joshua Potvin said.

Robert “Dalton” Parker, 23, of Fryeburg, was charged by three police agencies with a slew of crimes, including eluding police, reckless driving, failure to stop and transporting heroin, Potvin said in a news release Wednesday evening.

Tyler Judyski, 28, of Fryeburg, was charged with possession of heroin by New Hampshire State Police, according to the police statement.

The drama began at about 11:30 p.m. Dec. 23 when Fryeburg police stopped the driver of a Subaru Outback on River Road. Police said they made the stop after the vehicle was linked to suspicious activity reported at the nearby Irving Lil’ Mart parking lot.

Police said Parker was driving the Outback with a suspended license. As the officers were writing him a ticket, Parker sped off, police said, causing the officers to jump out of the way of the fleeing vehicle.

Fryeburg police pursued the vehicle into New Hampshire at speeds of over 90 mph, according to the release, but discontinued the pursuit on West Fryeburg Road for safety reasons.

An assisting Oxford County deputy located the vehicle on Intervale Drive in Fryeburg, police said, and his cruiser was rammed by the suspect vehicle. Pursuit of the suspect vehicle resumed toward Stow on Green Hill Road and down an unnamed dirt road where the suspects were stopped and taken into custody by New Hampshire State Police, Potvin said.

Parker was arrested on a total of 14 charges.

Parker and Judyski were transported to the Carroll County Jail in Ossipee, N.H. A probable cause hearing is scheduled for Jan. 10 in Conway, N.H. Parker was being held on $5,000 cash bail and Judyski is being held on $500 cash bail.

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