HOT SPRINGS, AR- A Hot Springs man wanted on felony warrants is facing new charges after allegedly leading authorities on a high speed chase.
A Garland County Sheriff's Deputy got a call that Mark Geurin was at a local hospital last Wednesday, but when the deputy arrived, Geurin drove away.
The deputy chased Geurin, who allegedly drove at a high speed, running other vehicles off the road.
Geurin also nearly ran into a school bus, according to the deputy.
Geurin's car ran into a wall, but he was not seriously injured.
He has been charged with fleeing, driving with a suspended license, reckless driving, and not using a seat belt.