Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Robert Wayne Romero II, 36, of Kingman, early Friday (1/9) morning for unlawful flight from law enforcement, possession of dangerous drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia, felonies, along with driving with a suspended license, misdemeanor. Approximately 3:40 a.m., deputies attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a silver Ford 4 door vehicle on Lomita Street, but the vehicle continued traveling without stopping. Deputies deactivated their lights, siren and slowed down as the vehicle began to accelerate at high speeds on Potter Avenue near Bond Street. Deputies lost visual sight of the vehicle. Eventually, deputies located the vehicle abandoned in a field north of 4700 block of Leland Lane. An inventory search of the vehicle revealed a cell phone belonging to Romero. Deputies knew Romero from past contacts. A vehicle registration check showed the owner of the vehicle was not Romero. The vehicle was towed from the scene. At about 5:50 a.m., deputies located Romero walking in the 3000 block of Lass Avenue. Deputies questioned Romero and he denied running from them in a vehicle. Romero advised that he was home all night. Deputies located a black Ford key lying on the ground. Romero was taken into custody without further incident. A search of Romero revealed a Ford key fob (remote clicker). Deputies transported Romero to the tow yard where the vehicle was located. The key started the vehicle and the key fob unlocked and locked the vehicle. A further search of Romero’s belongings revealed a plastic bag containing a white crystal substance which later field tested positive for methamphetamine. A records check showed Romero to have a suspended license. He was transported and booked into the Mohave County Jail.