Police used spike mats and a Taser to take two suspects into custody following a high-speed chase through several communities Monday night.

Gorham police arrested Eric Laudermilk, 30, of Windham and Jordan Perkins, 26, of Bucksport as they fled on foot through the woods near the Gorham Bypass.

Laudermilk, the driver, is charged with eluding police, reckless conduct with a dangerous weapon, driving with a revoked license, criminal speed and violating bail conditions, police said.

Perkins is charged with violating bail conditions and possession of drug paraphernalia.

The pair were in a 1996 Toyota Tercel shortly before 10 p.m. when they were spotted by Portland police. Laudermilk was wanted on several warrants but when police tried to pull the car over, it sped off, heading west on Route 25 through Westbrook and into Gorham.

The car swerved to avoid one spike mat at a roadblock, but its front tires were deflated when it crossed another spike mat on the bypass, Gorham police said.

The men got out of the car and ran into the woods, but officers were able to catch up with them. Laudermilk refused to submit and officers finally used a Taser to disable him, police said.

Nobody was injured in the incident.