A man who has been dodging the law for more than a month following a high-speed chase in New Gloucester and North Yarmouth has been arrested.

Deputies with the Cumberland County Sheriff Office arrested John Fox, 31, of New Gloucester at the Dunkin Donuts in Bridgton at noon today. Fox was charged with driving with a suspended license and violating bail conditions, as well as charges stemming from the Nov. 5 chase: eluding an officer, violating probation and driving with a license suspended for being a habitual offender.

He is being held without bail in the Cumberland County Jail.

The chase had started just before 7 p.m. when a deputy spotted a 1997 Kia Sephia with a license plate that was not registered to it and being driven erratically. The driver of the car refused to stop and led police on a 10.7-mile chase reaching speeds of 80 mph, then turned onto railroad tracks off North Road in North Yarmouth.

After a short distance, the car went down an embankment and got stuck in a swamp, deputies said. The driver fled but the passenger, Jennifer Fox, 34, was issued a summons for hindering apprehension and possession of prescription medication that was not authorized for her.