A Batesburg man has been jailed on allegations he carjacked another motorist early Saturday and then got into a chase with local law enforcement officers. The exact nature of the charges against Rodney Harris, 27, of Batesburg, are still pending. In addition to fleeing from police, officials said Harris faces felony warrants in the City of Batesburg, but at presstime the exact nature of those charges were unavailable. Deputies said the incident in Aiken unfolded early Saturday, about 2:52 a.m. at the intersection of Wire and Nazarene roads. The suspect was reportedly stranded on the side of the road when another motorist pulled over to help, officials said. Harris told the motorist his girlfriend was still in the wrecked vehicle and needed his help. When the Good Samaritan got out to help, the suspect reportedly jumped into the vehicle and sped off. The victim called 911 and, a short time later, was spotted at Wire and Cooks Bridge roads. Aiken County Sheriff's Office deputies attempted to stop the suspect; however, the vehicle continued at a "high rate of speed," deputies said. The fugitive then traveled through at least one stop sign and headed toward the City of Aiken. Once inside the city limits, Aiken Public Safety officers deployed stop sticks - a tire deflation device - at the intersection of Rudy Mason Parkway and Wire Road. The vehicle stopped, and the suspect attempted to run, officials said. He was taken into police custody. No injuries were reported. Contact Karen Daily at kdaily@aikenstandard.com.