UPDATE: A driver who reached speeds of about 180km/h during a car chase while veering onto the wrong side of the road posed an extreme danger to the public, according to police.
Police were patrolling Culcairn on Sunday when a Ford Territory with false plates came to their attention on Railway Parade about 12.50am.
The vehicle sped away at 100km/h in a 50km/h zone after police performed a U-turn.
A pursuit was initiated as the Ford headed towards Walbundrie, with road spikes puncturing the car's tyres near Burrumbuttock.
The 35-year-old driver fled and was arrested at a nearby property, while a 37-year-old man and 23-year-old woman were arrested in the car.
Detective Acting Inspector Chris Wallace said methamphetamine, cash, a taser and knuckledusters were found in the vehicle.
The driver and female passenger were charged with ice supply, and the driver is also facing a string of traffic charges.
The male passenger had outstanding warrants for his arrest and was charged with two weapon offences.
"There's extreme danger whenever the police have to pursue a vehicle," Detective Acting Inspector Wallace said.
"The vehicle went onto the wrong side of the road a number of times.
"It obviously creates a lot of dangers to other vehicles on the road, and the community."
The vehicle was seized for forensic examination.
Detective Acting Inspector said police would be keen to hear from people who saw the vehicle before it came to their attention.
"The incident would have been captured by police on in-car video," he said.
"If other people in the community did witness what went on prior to Culcairn - we believe the vehicle has probably travelled over from the Wagga area - they should come forward and contact us."
The trio are from Albury and appeared before Wagga Local Court on Monday, and will return to Albury court on June 10.
EARLIER: Three people have been charged with multiple offences after a police pursuit where a Ford Territory reached speeds of 180km/h.
Police said at 12.50am on Sunday, highway patrol officers patrolling Culcairn detected a Ford Territory with incorrect Victorian number plates on Railway Parade.
After police did a U-turn and the Ford allegedly accelerated away at 100km/h in a 50 zone.
Police will allege the Ford failed to stop and a pursuit reaching speeds of 180km/h, headed to Walbundrie, ensued.
Road spikes were deployed outside Burrumbuttock puncturing the Ford's tyres.
The car came to a stop and the driver allegedly fled on foot.
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The 35-year-old man was pursued and arrested at a nearby property. Two passengers - a 23-year-old woman and 37-year-old man - were also arrested at the vehicle.
All three were taken to Albury Police Station.
Police said during a search of the car officers allegedly seized methylamphetamine, cash, a taser and knuckledusters.
The driver was charged with a police pursuit, supplying a prohibited drug, possessing a prohibited drug, driving a motor vehicle during disqualification period, using a unregistered registrable Class A vehicle, using an uninsured motor vehicle, driving recklessly/furiously, Class A motor vehicle exceed speed ( 45km/h) and using a Class A motor vehicle with unauthorised number plates.
The female passenger was charged with supplying a prohibited drug and recklessly dealing with proceeds of crime.
The male passenger was charged with possessing prohibited weapon (x2) and outstanding warrants.
The trio were refused bail and are due to face Albury Local Court today.