An early Friday morning high-speed chase in Dane County went almost 17 miles before coming to an end, with a Madison woman arrested when her car had mechanical trouble.

Jazmonique Hubbard, 28, was taken into custody by a deputy at about 3 a.m. on a ramp on the westbound Beltline at Stoughton Road, the Sheriff's Office said.

She was arrested on outstanding warrants including possession of cocaine, illegally obtaining prescription medication, disorderly conduct, criminal damage to property and bail jumping, and was tentatively charged with felony eluding and obstructing.

The Sheriff's Office said a deputy made a traffic stop on Hubbard's vehicle on Rosemary Avenue at Worthington Avenue at about 2:40 a.m. Friday.

"As the deputy approached the vehicle, she drove away, resulting in a pursuit from Rosemary to Milwaukee Street to Fair Oaks to Highway 30, then to the Interstate and south to the Beltline," said spokeswoman Elise Schaffer.

Speeds reached up to 90 mph on the Interstate, Schaffer said.