Less than three months after a Crestview man led Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office deputies on a high speed chase that ended with his arrest, he faces several of the same charges in connection with an incident yesterday in Crestview that ended when he crashed his car. 34-year old Tremayne Drake is charged with fleeing and eluding with disregard to the safety of people or property, driving with a suspended license – third or more offense, possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, and more. An OCSO deputy spotted Drake run a stop sign at School Avenue and Benjamin Street and tried to make a traffic stop, but Drake rapidly accelerated, going in excess of 70 miles an hour in a residential area before crashing into a ditch and overturning off Williams Avenue. He had no serious injuries. Deputies found crack cocaine, powder cocaine, MDMA, digital scales and more. On May 29th, Drake had been arrested by the OCSO for fleeing and eluding with disregard to the safety of people or property, possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, and driving with a suspended license – all after a high speed chase on Highway 85 North. In that incident Drake drove 80 miles an hour through residential neighborhoods and ignored multiple traffic control devices before finally being taken into custody.