Southern Los Angeles – A woman was arrested, while LAPD is searching for the male suspect involved in a lengthy car pursuit that put pedestrians in danger.
California Highway Patrol said the car chase began around 12 p.m when Chino Police Department were looking for two people accused of robbery.
The L.A Times stated the unidentified suspects were found on the 71,91,60, 710, l05, and 110 highways driving a Lexus ES400 constantly changing lanes at 100 mph.
The male driver got off on Florence avenue in South Los Angeles; driving 60-75mph on the road, almost hitting a male skateboarder, parents with a child, and a young girl who was dragged off the street “by a” lady.
Around 1 p.m, the male suspect dashed out the vehicle, running to apartments around the Los Angeles Coliseum.
The women switched seats and began to drive, until she crashed in to another car. The female escaped from the car, heading towards nearby apartments where she was detained by police after.