NEW MEXICO - It's Halloween, and 23-year-old Damian Coriz has his foot on the gas of his family's brand new 2010 Camaro.
Behind him is state police officer Jake Romero, a sergeant assigned to Governor Bill Richardson's security detail who has his lights flashing in an unmarked state police car as he tries to pull Coriz over for failing to maintain lanes.
As the two cars pass Romeroville towards Las Vegas, New Mexico, another squad car joins in the pursuit.
The police car, identified only by the last name "Villa" at the bottom left of the dashcam video, documents the hour long chase up and down I-25.
An officer calls out to dispatch that the Camaro's emergency lights are blinking and reports that pursuit speeds have reached around 65 to 75 miles an hour before asking for a check to see if the car is stolen.
The dispatcher reports back that the Camaro has valid registration and is insured by a member of the Coriz family out of Santo Domingo pueblo.
About four minutes later, the chase escalates.
Just south of Las Vegas, in the northbound lanes of I-25, another state police officer is waiting on the side of the road with spike strips laid out in the right lane.
Coriz slows the Camaro as he sees the state police squad car, spots the spike strips and creeps past them in the right lane.
The dashcam video shows the officer by the spike strips draw his gun and get in front of the Camaro with a hand out as Coriz lurches the car forward slowly.
Seconds later, Sgt. Romero swings his unmarked unit around the front of the Camaro and jumps out of the car in plain clothing with a gun in his hand.
Romero starts to use what appears to be the butt of his pistol to try and smash the driver's side window, hitting the glass several times.
Meanwhile, an officer on the other side of the car tries to use his baton to bust out the passenger window, but somehow both of the Camaro's windows will not shatter.
Shouting, Romero orders one police car to block the Camaro from the back and then runs to retrieve the spike strips.
With two of the police now behind the Camaro, Coriz throws the car into reverse.
Romero rushes to pull the spike strip under the Camaro as it starts to move forward.
Another officer begins railing at the driver's side window again, this time with the barrel of his gun.
Coriz shifts into gear and takes off with Romero running after the car, trying to boomerang the spike strips underneath the Camaro but the tires remain intact.
From then on, the video shows Coriz pushing the limits of the 2010 Camaro, causing officers to report to dispatch that pursuit speeds have reached as high as 125 miles an hour.
At least five times throughout the chase Coriz is able to avoid spike strips set up by officers on the side of the interstate.
Twice Coriz drives off the road into the median, at one point ramping down into a small ravine before driving back up an embankment into oncoming traffic.
Near the small town of Watrous, Coriz doubles back and heads southbound towards Las Vegas.
"See if they can block off all the exits into Vegas," says one officer over the radio. "That way we can keep this thing on the interstate."
Coriz speeds past Las Vegas for the second time, again dodging spike strips.
The video shows the blue sports car weave in and out of traffic and pull away from several trailing squad cars before topping out at well over 100 miles an hour.
About 45 minutes into the chase, Coriz's driving deteriorates.
He narrowly avoids hitting a guard rail at high speed and is unable to avoid a pair of spike strips set up in the area near where the chase began.
About a minute after hitting a strip on the left side of the Camaro, smoke begins to billow from the tires.
One officer reports over the radio that both driver's side tires have blown while another officer says "Back off, back off!"
A trailing officer reports that a spike strip may be caught underneath the car but it still takes two more spike strips laid out near the San Juan exit to finally force Coriz off the interstate.
The Camaro exits I-25 with police reporting all four tires have blown out and the car begins to slide on sparking rims for almost a mile before finally coming to a stop.
Officers surround the Camaro as Coriz revs the engine.
This time a baton breaks the driver side window, allowing rock music to blare out while several officers yell "Out of the car!"
An unnamed passenger is taken to the ground on the right side of the Camaro while Coriz is pushed up against the car and handcuffed.
Inside the Camaro, police find a small amount of marijuana and say they smell alcohol.
According to the police report, Coriz eventually tells police he had been drinking earlier in the day and admits to having three shots of tequila and three beers.
Coriz was arrested and charged with DWI and aggravated fleeing.
A few weeks later, Coriz under the name "discontent" on MySpace, blogged about the pursuit saying [sic] "Let's see, I recently lead multiple cops on a high speed chase in the