The man suspected in recent two murders has been arrested in Wisconsin following a 40-minute chase in which speeds exceeded 100 miles per hour.

According to the Winnebago County Sheriff's Department, Terrance Doddy was taken into custody after the stolen gray 2013 Nissan was observed by a Rockton Police officer just after 10 a.m in the area of the old Sand Trap Bar in Rockton. The car was hidden in a wooded area behind the building. As the officer was waiting for back-up, the vehicle fled the area.

A short time later the Nissan, being driven by Doddy, was spotted in the South Beloit area by an Illinois State Trooper at which time a pursuit was initiated. Illinois State Police, Winnebago County Sheriff's Deputies, and other law enforcement agencies assisted in the chase.

Doddy drove into Wisconsin, returned back into Illinois in the Shirland area, and then re-entered Wisconsin. Beloit and Rock County units then joined the pursuit.

The chase ended on Highway 81 in Rock County when Doddy lost control and hit a tree. After a short struggle, he was taken into custody and was transported to a Janesville hospital for treatment.

When he's released, Doddy will be transported to the Rock County Jail and held on the Rockford Police warrant for first degree murder, pending extradition.

On Thursday night, an off-duty Winnebago County Sheriff’s Detective spotted Doddy driving on North Main Street in the area of Roscoe Road.

Doddy is suspected in a Rockford killing along North Alpine and another murder near Paw Paw on I-39.

Scot Bertram contributed to this report.