A Waldo man arrested for allegedly driving drunk and speeding more than 90 mph has been indicted on those, and other, charges.

Zachary Littlefield, 29, came to police attention early in the evening of April 4 when Waldo County Sheriff's Deputy James Porter observed a vehicle traveling on Route 137 well in excess of the posted speed limit, police said.

When Porter attempted to turn around an initiate a traffic stop, the offending vehicle accelerated and began making a series of turns that police said indicated Littlefield was attempting to elude Porter.

At one point during the pursuit, Porter clocked Littlefield's vehicle traveling 93 mph, police said.

After the brief pursuit, Littlefield pulled his vehicle over and was subsequently arrested for operating under the influence, eluding police, operating after suspension, driving to endanger and criminal speed. He allegedly had a blood alcohol content of 0.16, police said. A Waldo County grand jury indicted him on those charges during its session May 11 and 12.

Police said Littlefield has two prior convictions for operating under the influence.