SAN ANTONIO -

A high-speed police chase ended in a crash, and police found meat and drugs inside the car.

Police began following a car on 281 near Josephine about 3 p.m. Sunday.

The driver sped up to more than 100 miles an hour, and police first chased and then called off their pursuit for safety reasons.

But minutes later, they got a second chance.

A car matching the speeding vehicle's description crashed near the intersection of Piedmont and Drexel on San Antonio's southeast side.

The driver jumped out and ran, leaving the passenger to face the police.

Officers said they arrested the passenger and found a load of wrapped meat and some marijuana in the car.

Police are trying to figure out where the meat came from and are searching for the driver.