A motorist originally wanted for reckless driving and speeding led California Highway Patrol officers on a nearly two-hour pursuit from Calabasas, through Encino and south into the South Bay area on Tuesday evening before driving under a thick marine layer and away from law enforcement helicopters.
The California Highway Patrol was in pursuit of a black SUV driver early Tuesday evening. The pursuit started just before 5:00 p.m. as it traveled along surface streets in Boyle Heights, downtown Los Angeles, and parts of South LA.
Peaceful protesters in Newport Beach had to flee from the scene Wednesday afternoon as a vehicle careened through the crowd.
A Brooklyn man was busted for driving 132 mph while fleeing troopers on a highway in upstate New York.
A Scottsdale man has been arrested after authorities say he led them on a high-speed pursuit throughout the Valley that ended on Salt River Reservation farmland.
A man is in custody after leading officers on a high-speed chase.