Published: Jun 12, 2014 6:14 PM EDT
Updated: Jun 12, 2014 6:23 PM EDT

COLLIER COUNTY, Fla.- A car chase back in April reached speeds of 120 miles per an hour. It only ended when the driver lost control of the vehicle.

Tthis all happened when deputies say Kenneth Pray was supposed to show up to court to make a plea deal for breaking into an Immokalee home last year. However, pray never appeared before the judge. Instead he car jacked a woman in the parking garage just across the street from the court house.

"We're coming to you quick, are you ready? 10-4 We're gonna try and shutdown traffic" you can hear in newly released court documents.

"Alright he's lost a tire.  Southbound first Delaware," the recording goes on to say.

As the chase goes on, the recording become more dramatic.

"Alright he's well ahead of me here. Looks like he's at First and Main First and Main.  Might be having some vehicle problems here, got a lot of smoke."

"That chase ended in a dramatic crash.  WINK news obtained new photos of the scene, the car completely destroyed.

This all started because Pray didn't show up to a scheduled court date. Instead, he took a car in the parking garage across the street from the court house and made off with it.

"Alright guys," you can hear the deputy say.  "We got a little, A little complicated issue here, he's trapped, we're gonna get a, we'll get together and get a take down. I just want all my people here."