Osage County authorities arrested a man after a high-speed chase Thursday night.
At about 11 p.m. an Osage County deputy tried to stop 26-year-old Adam Dudenhoeffer on Highway C near Frankenstein.
Dudenhoeffer sped off and went across several gravel county roads and into numerous fields.
Deputies said he drove through fences and rammed through gates trying to get away.
Several agencies got involved in the pursuit and eventually took Dudenhoeffer into custody.
He was arrested for resisting arrest, leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident, driving while intoxicated and property damage.
Dudenhoeffer is being held at the Osage County jail pending warrant application.
All farmers in the area were contacted regarding the damage to their fences so they could contain their livestock.