A Choctaw Lake, OH man is facing a felony fleeing charge, along with a variety of traffic violations, after leading Madison County Sheriffâ€™s deputies on a high-speed chase along state Route 38 on Sunday, Nov. 3. Larry Hutcheson, 62, was arraigned before Municipal Judge Eric Schooley on Monday, Nov. 4, charged with a third-degree felony that could put him in prison for as long as three years and cost him $15,000 in fines. According to a sheriffâ€™s report, a deputy spotted Hutcheson in a BMW Mini-Cooper convertible speeding southbound on state Route 38 in Deercreek Township about noon on Sunday. When the deputy attempted to stop the Mini-Cooper, it sped up. As the deputy pursued, the car ran the traffic light at U.S. Route 40 and state Route 38 and continued to weave in and out of traffic in the southbound lane, narrowly missing a second sheriffâ€™s cruiser that was northbound. That deputy clocked the Mini-Cooper traveling at 127 mph as it approached the London, OH city limit, the report said. Hutcheson pulled over and surrendered at the intersection of Lafayette and Elm streets in London. During questioning at the sheriffâ€™s office, Hutcheson said he fled to avoid another speeding ticket. Heâ€™s received four in the last 12 months. He admitted to having 12 points on his driverâ€™s license and said he feared another ticket would result in an extended loss of driving privileges. Schooley told Hutcheson a conviction on the fleeing charge could result in a lifetime license suspension. Hutcheson said Austin Wildman will represent him at a preliminary hearing set for 9 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 8. Schooley set a $5,000 cash or surety bond on Hutcheson.