MADISON COUNTY, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- A man from Culpeper is facing charges in several jurisdictions.

Phillip Edwin Tanner was arrested early Thursday morning in Fauquier County.

A series of incidents kicked off Tuesday in Madison County when Tanner allegedly stole a 2002 Ford Thunderbird off the lot of Madison Motors.

On Wednesday, officials say he was spotted driving the Thunderbird near Remington. There was also a stolen license plate on the car.

A Fauquier County Sheriff's Office deputy tried to pull Tanner over, but he refused to stop and the ensuing pursuit crossed into Culpeper County, ending on Scottsville Road when the deputy hit the Thunderbird with their vehicle and sent it off the road.

That deputy also crashed and was treated for injuries at an area hospital. They have since been released.

Tanner ran away from the scene of the crash, but a large-scale operation to find him in the woods was unsuccessful despite assistance from multiple law enforcement agencies.

Investigators searched the Thunderbird and found several firearms as well as items that were reportedly stolen from a Remington-area business earlier Wednesday.

Around 3 a.m. Thursday, the Culpeper County Sheriff's Office issued a BOLO for a stolen red 2014 Subaru.

Deputies in Fauquier County spotted the Subaru heading north on James Madison Highway near Remington around 3:30 a.m.

One of the deputies tried to pull the vehicle over, but the driver refused to stop and a pursuit began. That pursuit ended when a deputy hit the Subaru with their vehicle.

The driver, Tanner, got out and ran away, but a Fauquier County K-9 unit was there. The K-9 was released and quickly caught up with Tanner.

The Fauquier County Sheriff's Office says Tanner has a decades-long criminal history and is wanted in four jurisdictions on a variety of charges.

In Madison County, he has been charged with theft of a motor vehicle. He also faces eluding and grand larceny charges in Fauquier County. The charges he may face in Culpeper County have not yet been announced.

Tanner remains in custody in Fauquier County.