A Wild Rose man is charged with multiple felonies in Waupaca County Circuit Court after driving the wrong way down Highway 10 between Weyauwega and Fremont early Saturday morning. 30 year old David Malchow faces counts of first degree recklessly endangering safety, fleeing, possession of methamphetamine– 2nd offense, and possession of illegally obtained prescription drugs. The complaint says Weyauwega Police were on a traffic stop in the westbound lanes of Highway 10 near Evanswood Road when a car going at a high rate of speed went by heading east in the westbound lanes. Officers began a pursuit, with speeds hitting 105 miles per hour, at one point barely missing a collision with an oncoming semi. The vehicle exited 10 onto 49/110 just past Sunset Curve, and headed toward Fremont on 110, then turning onto Railroad Grade Road, which is a dead end road. The complaint alleges Malchow then fled on foot toward a swampy area, but was stopped by officers with weapons drawn. Authorities then allegedly found meth and various pills in the car. If convicted of the charges, he could face up to 18 years in prison. Malchow is free after posting a 1000 dollar cash bond. He is due back in court on the 24th.