A Maquoketa man faces multiple charges including eluding law enforcement and drug possession following a 10-mile chase Feb. 6, according to court records.

Glenn Patrick Nadermann, 22, of Maquoketa, was charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia; second offense; eluding; driving while barred; and interference with official acts stemming from an incident that began in the 200 block of Jacobsen Drive, Maquoketa.

Law enforcement tried stopping a 2004 Saturn Ion for committing a traffic violation at 11:01 p.m. Feb. 6. The driver, later identified as Nadermann, did not stop, instead leading officers on about a 10-mile chase.

Nadermann lost control of the vehicle he was driving, sliding into the ditch at 1018 308th Ave. in Clinton County. 

Charging documents claim Nadermann then attempted to flee the scene on foot, despite being told to stop. He eventually got stuck in a snow drift and was taken into police custody.

While arranging to have the vehicle towed, law enforcement saw a clear plastic container in the driver’s door with a white crystal substance inside, according to charging documents. After obtaining a search warrant, the crystal substance was seized, along with a glass pipe with white residue inside. 

The crystal substance, weighing 0.3 grams, field tested positive for methamphetamine, according to charging documents.

A records check showed Nadermann was barred from driving and that he had previous possession convictions in May 2018 in Dubuque County and September 2018 in Jackson County.