KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A driver who was arrested after leading police on a chase along the parade route where the Kansas City Chiefs were preparing to celebrate their Super Bowl win faces several charges, including driving while intoxicated, prosecutors said Thursday.

Addae Doyle, of Kansas City, Kansas, is charged in Kansas City, Missouri, with one count each of resisting arrest and possession of a controlled substance, in addition to the DWI count, prosecutors said.

Doyle, 42, drove through multiple barriers about three hours before the parade began Wednesday and led officers on a chase that reached 60 mph before they used tire-flattening devices, forced his car into a spin and arrested him and a passenger at gunpoint, authorities say in court documents. Fans were already gathering along the route and the arrest was captured on video. No one was hurt.

Officers found what turned out to be methamphetamine in the car, and preliminary toxicology results showed that he tested positive for amphetamines and cocaine, a detective wrote in the probable cause statement.

After his arrest, Doyle was taken to a hospital for evaluation, where an officers observed that his speech was slurred and that he appeared to be swaying, according to the detective. Doyle said that the last thing he remembered was getting high. He initially said at the hospital that he had used PCP and methamphetamine but later told the detective that he didn’t remember which drugs he had done, the probable cause statement says.

Authorities haven’t released the name of the passenger who was arrested. Prosecutors said that they filed charges in only one of the cases that police presented, but that the investigation was ongoing and that more charges were likely.

Mayor Quinton Lucas told WDAF-TV on Wednesday that it was an impaired driver taking “a joy ride” and was not terrorism-related. And he praised the quick response of the arresting officers, who were cheered by fans who witnessed the incident.

The prosecutor’s office requested that Doyle’s bond be set at $75,000 and said it didn’t know whether Doyle has an attorney yet.