An Almond man remains jailed in Lincoln County after a high-speed chase resulted in two damaged squad cars. 44 year old Ralph Noonan has been charged with first degree recklessly endangering safety, fleeing an officer, marijuana possession, and six counts of bail jumping. The complaint says Noonan fled a Lincoln County sheriff’s deputy last Thursday night, with speeds reaching 100 miles per hour on town and county roads, as the chase entered Oneida County. At one point, the complaint says Noonan’s vehicle stopped, then he is alleged to have put it in reverse and rammed a squad car. The vehicle was also struck by the 2nd squad car. Noonan stopped again a short time later, and rammed the 2nd squad car, disabling it. The complaint says he attempted to flee on foot, but was caught after a short chase. Neither deputy was injured. Noonan is being held on a 50-thousand dollar cash bond.