Parkersburg, WV - A Vienna, WV man was arrested early Thursday morning after leading police on a chase from South Parkersburg to Belpre, Oh and back. According to Sgt. Greg Collins, at around 12:30 a.m., a Parkersburg police officer attempted to pull over a Chrysler PT Cruiser on East Street for an expired registration. The driver, Paul Anthony Vengrin, allegedly refused to pull over, continuing onto Camden Avenue. A pursuit ensued with Vengrin allegedly leading officers from south Parkersburg into Belpre via the Belpre Bridge. The pursuit continued, eventually coming back in to Parkersburg over the Memorial Bridge. Vengrin continued into north Parkersburg, attempting to turn from Emerson Avenue onto 36th Street, but failed to safely negotiate the turn. His vehicle struck the curb causing serious damage to the vehicle, which eventually caused the pursuit to end. Vengrin then allegedly fled on foot with multiple officers giving chase, two of which utilized a Taser in an attempt to stop him. Vengrin appeared to be slowed by the last Taser deployment and was tackled by officers and taken into custody. No one was injured during the incident. Vengrin was taken to CCMC to be medically cleared for incarceration, and was cleared at around 2:20 a.m. He was taken to the Parkersburg Police Department where he was processed without further incident. Vengrin was arraigned in Wood County Magistrate Court this morning on charges of fleeing while DUI and driving revoked for DUI-third offense, both felonies. He is in the Regional Jail at this time, held on a $7,000.00 bond. If convicted, Vengrin could face from three (3) to ten (10) years in prison on the fleeing while DUI charge, and from one (1) to three (3) years on the driving revoked for DUI-third offense charge.