Breaking News!!: Victorville, CA: Police pursuit near Los Angeles International Airport ends in the high desert.
A police pursuit that started near the Los Angeles International Airport area and what’s broadcast live on local television, has ended in the high desert area in Victorville, California.
The police pursuit began when Los Angeles Police Department Officers tried to pull over somebody in a vehicle; a white Nissan Sentra, that may have been armed with a weapon.
The vehicle didn’t pull over and fled onto westbound Interstate 105, exited in the Westchester, California area, got back onto eastbound Interstate 105.
Los Angeles Police Department was joined by California Highway Patrol in the police pursuit.
The vehicle switched onto the northbound Interstate 605 through Santa Fe Springs, California, moved onto westbound Interstate 210 into the Rancho Cucamonga, California area, then onto northbound Interstate 15 going up into the Cajon Pass and onto the high desert of San Bernardino County, California.
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ZachNews has received video of the end of the police pursuit and will be posting the video up soon.
A spike strip was deployed and the vehicle hit the spike strip near Bear Valley Road where the vehicle exited.
A few innocent people also ran over the spike strip and got flat tires too.
According to the California Highway Patrol, the police pursuit ended with a male suspect in police custody at a gas station after 12:00am PT on Saturday, April 2nd, 2016.
ZachNews got these pictures from NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 Photojournalist Alex Vasquez of the end of the police pursuit.
No civilians or law enforcement officers were injured during the police pursuit.
The Los Angeles Police Department will be booking the suspect for a parole violation and felony evading.
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