Breaking News!!: Pasadena, CA: Police pursuit ends with suspects arrested and a suspect hospitalized after authorities were captured hitting suspect.
A police pursuit, that started in Rancho Cucamonga, California, ended in Pasadena, California with an arrest of at least 3 suspects and questions being raised over San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Deputies handling of a suspect after a suspect was seen being struck well on the ground and face down by San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Deputies all captured on camera from news helicopters covering the police pursuit.
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The 3 suspects, who were wanted in connection with a residential burglary in the Rancho Cucamonga, California, lead authorities in a high speed police pursuit at around 11:15am PT on Thursday, October 15th, 2015 from San Bernardino Country, California into the San Gabriel Valley of Los Angeles County, California with speeds over 100 mph on westbound Interstate 210.
The police pursuit ended near Palo Verde Street and Paloma Avenue in Pasadena, California when the 3 suspects in a Lincoln Town Car bailed from their vehicle on foot.
A suspect was seen on camera from news helicopters overhead with San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Deputies working to detain the suspect as he was face down on the street, and as a San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Deputy was attempting to detain the suspect or put handcuffs on the suspect well the suspect’s hands still behind his back, another San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Deputy was seen hitting the suspect several times.
Video of the suspect being detained by San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Deputies was captured on camera from NBC affiliated KNBC Channel 4’s NewsCopter 4.
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The suspect seen on camera was later hospitalized, but details regarding the individual’s condition are not immediately available.
All 3 suspects were arrested by authorities and an investigation is underway into the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Deputies handliing of the suspect seen on camera.
At the end of the police pursuit, a Rancho Cucamonga Police Department vehicle collided head on into a tree, but there were no reports of serious injuries to any of the Rancho Cucamonga Police Department Officers inside the vehicle.
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