A 30-year-old Princeton man who led local law enforcement officers on a high-speed chase Wednesday afternoon is facing numerous charges.

Robert Snover was arrested about 1:30 p.m. on suspicion of domestic battery, felony fleeing and eluding, criminal damage to property and driving while suspended after he led Ottawa police and Franklin County Sheriff’s officers on a chase that started in northern Ottawa and zigzagged down several county roads before ending in the northwestern part of the county between Pomona and Centropolis.

The reported female victim of a physical domestic disturbance in the 1000 block of North Cherry Street in Ottawa told police officers that the suspect had left the scene in a white Chevrolet Blazer, Capt. Adam Weingartner, with the Ottawa Police Department, said.

“The officers responding to the scene located the vehicle, and when they turned around to stop it, the vehicle fled,” Weingartner said. “That led to a pursuit, which left the city limits. Once the pursuit entered Franklin County, Franklin County Sheriff’s officers assisted, and the suspect was taken into custody when he stopped during the pursuit.”

Snover remained in Franklin County jail, 305 S. Main St., Ottawa, Friday afternoon awaiting a court appearance.

“The victim suffered minor injuries during the dispute,” Weingartner said.