A 22-year-old Oklahoma man wanted for crimes in a half dozen states was arrested in Louisiana after two high-speed chases, the U.S. Marshalls Service reports. Justin William Durbin was driving a stolen Bentley when Louisiana State Police spotted the car Thursday night and gave chase, but he escaped. Friday morning, U.S. marshalls joined forces with the state police and the Louisiana National Guard loaned a helicopter to track Durbin to Lake Charles. After a high-speed chase there, Durbin wrecked the Bentley and ran off. Authorities then brought in blood hounds and tracked him, and he surrendered without incident. Durbin was wanted for a series of luxury car heists, trading up in each case. He was wanted in Florida for stealing the $97,000 Bentley. Illinois said he was a suspect in the theft of a 2003 Mercedes Benz SL550. He was also sought by authorities in Arizona, South Carolina, Indiana and Maryland. Charges range from grand theft auto, larceny, burglary, fraud and probation violations, the Marshalls Service reports.