A Starke County court has convicted Dale Hite of eight charges -- including resisting law enforcement, causing death.
In October of 2009 police say they were investigating a possible meth lab when someone recognized the car he was driving.
They say he led them on a high speed chase that ended when he crashed in Grovertown.
An accident reconstructionist testified Hite was going at least 124 miles an hour when he crashed into two trees.
Amber McMillen and Nicholas White were in the car with him and died.
He has been convicted of:
- 2 counts of resisting law enforcement causing death (Nicholas White and Amber McMillam)
- 2 counts of reckless homicide (driving in excess of 100 mph with headlights out, again one for each person who died)
- 1 count of resisting law enforcement (D felony)
- 1 count of meth possession
- 1 count of failing to stop
- 1 count for driving with headlights out
He could receive up to 43 years in prison when sentenced next month.