A Kirksville man is jailed following a two-county car chase yesterday morning that included him trying to hit a highway patrol cruiser head-on. According to court paperwork, Jeffery Sharp was the driver of a gold Chevy Impala clocked by State Trooper Cary Porter driving 75 miles an hour on Route CC early yesterday. Porter recognized the car as one that had been reported to be in a road range incident earlier in the night and tried to pull Sharp over. However, Sharp sped off, pursued by the trooper in a chase that extended into Macon county for a time before returning to Adair county. According to a probable cause statement,t he trooper continued to clock Sharp speeding above 75 miles an hour and saw him weave repeatedly from side to side. At the intersection of CC and Gifford Trail, Sharp allegedly turned around and tried to hit the trooper head-on. He and another man bailed out of the car a short distance away and were tracked for a time by a police dog before Sharp was located at his home in the 20600 block of Thousand Hills Trail. Police have not said whether the other man has been found.