Miguel Morales, 36, of Patterson was detained after he led Ceres Police to a high-speed pursuit in a stolen automobile on Thursday evening.Ceres Police Sgt. Vince Hooper seen the stolen automobile at 10:22 p.m. traveling eastbound on Hatch Road nearby Church Avenue and followed it on southbound Church Avenue. After another patrol unit joined, Sgt. Hooper attempted to halt the automobile but Morales hastened onto northbound Midway Avenue out of Dover Avenue. Officers tried to utilize halt sticks to deflate the tires in Morgan Road and Nelson Avenue however Morales drove around them.The pursuit went on southbound Morgan Road and on eastbound Whitmore Avenue at greater 80 mph. The Sheriff’s Department helicopter, Air 101, has been called in because the chase went on northbound Highway 99 and hastened to on 100 mph. The California Highway Patrol took over the quest near the Woodland Avenue overpass. Sgt. Hooper and puppy Officer Kiashira Ruiz trailed the pursuit in regular speeds.With the helicopter team continued monitoring the stolen car, CHP units backed away. The motorist stopped from the 5100 block of Kiernan Avenue near a car wrecking yard and stumbled on the house . Law enforcement Establish a perimeter as Sgt. Hooper and Officer Ruiz helped in the hunt for Morales. He was finally found hiding beneath a pickup. After needing to come outside, puppy Leo pulled out the suspect from the foot. Morales faces charges of evading a police officer, automobile theft, possession of a stolen car, resisting arrest and driving on a suspended license.