NAVARRE — A Navarre man is being held in the Santa Rosa County jail on nine different charges after a crime spree Saturday that ranged from aggravated battery to driving under the influence. 

Fifty-one year old Brice Maurice White was charged with two counts of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, one count of battery "touch or strike," one count of damage to property - criminal mischief and one count of burglary of an occupied structure after authorities say he approached a woman's home as she was sitting on her front porch and physically assaulted her son. 

The tussle began when White approached the victim's home and she told him to leave but he refused. White became angry and attempted to enter the residence anyway, at which point the victim tried to push him away. The victim's son came outside and began hitting White with a bat, but White took the bat and hit the victim's son in the knee. 

White left before deputies arrived. But shortly thereafter, two different deputies were driving north on Anchor Drive when they saw White driving in his car heading south, having recognized him as being the suspect in the earlier battery case. When the deputies turned around and activated their lights to pursue White, he turned his car around and attempted to hit one of the deputies' cars head-on, but failed and swerved into a yard. He then continued driving and succeeded in hitting another deputies' car head-on.  

Another deputy continued to pursue White as he pulled into a residence and exited his vehicle drinking beer. The deputy detained him and charged him with two counts of aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, driving under the influence and refusal to submit to a lawful test of breath, blood and urine. 

White is being held in the Santa Rosa County jail on $104,000 bond.