Colton, CA: Man arrested after a police pursuit.

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Colton, CA: Man arrested after a police pursuit.

According to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, at 11:30am PT on Wednesday, October 7th, 2015, Deputy Guy Nicassio observed a black Volkswagen Golf driving recklessly northbound on La Cadena Drive in Grand Terrace, California.

Deputy Guy Nicassio activated his emergency lights and siren and attempted to catch the vehicle to conduct a traffic stop.

The suspect vehicle drove into residential neighborhoods in south side of Colton, California  with willful and wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property.

The suspect vehicle was lost somewhere in the neighborhood.

Citizens flagged down Deputy Guy Nicassio and told him the vehicle was southbound on La Cadena Drive heading back toward Grand Terrace, California.

Deputy Guy Nicassio found the vehicle and began a 2 mile pursuit with the suspect after the vehicle failed to yield.

The pursuit terminated at La Cadena Drive and Barton Road in Colton, California when the suspect attempted a U-turn on a dead end road.

Deputy Guy Nicassio stopped the suspect’s vehicle as it was coming out of the U-turn preventing it from proceeding forward.

The driver, 28 year old Daniel Ordonez of San Bernardino, California, was taken into police custody after a short struggle.

Daniel Ordonez was booked at West Valley Detention Center and charged with Recklessly Evading a Peace Officer, a weapons violation, and driving on a suspended license.

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** Picture from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department. **

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