A suspect who fled from Camden County deputies early Tuesday morning has been caught and charged. The sheriff’s office says they received a report of a driver slumped over the wheel in a vehicle stopped in the middle of the road. The caller attempted but failed to wake the driver. When police arrived, the suspect woke up and fled from the scene, setting off a search that lasted a little more than an hour and a half. The suspect was identified as Joshua Payne, who has outstanding warrant for violating probation on a drug charge in Boone County. A few hours later, Payne was located and taken into custody. He allegedly admitted to having a hypodermic needle that he had used to shoot up fentanyl that morning. Other controlled substances were also allegedly found in his possession. He’s charged with resisting by fleeing, four counts of possession of a controlled substance, and one count of unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.