A high-speed chase spanning from Mt. Juliet to Nashville ended with four arrests overnight.

According to police, the pursuit began when Mt. Juliet police officers tried to pull over a stolen vehicle. Police said the vehicle was carjacked in Nashville three days ago.

Officers chased the driver from Mt. Juliet Road to Interstate 40, going as fast as 100 mph.

Metro officers eventually got involved and helped Mt. Juliet officers spike the car.

The car drove over the spikes, and that slowed it down, but it kept going onto Interstate 65 North.

Eventually, the vehicle crashed at the Gallatin Pike exit off Briley Parkway.

When police finally stopped the car, three men jumped out and ran off. A woman stayed behind in the car.

Officers also found a gun stolen from a Rutherford County gun store inside the vehicle.

Police have all four suspects in custody at this time.

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