MISSION HILLS, LOS ANGELES -- One suspect was in custody and another remained on the loose after a high-speed chase from Bell Gardens to the San Fernando Valley on Thursday.
The chase began shortly after 3:30 p.m. with Bell Gardens police pursuing a four-door Chevrolet Tahoe.
The suspects fled on the 101 freeway into the San Fernando Valley and then got onto the 170 and the 5 freeways. They pulled onto surface streets in the Mission Hills area and within a few minutes pulled over the vehicle and jumped out.
Two men emerged from the Tahoe and began running away on foot into the neighborhood foot into the neighborhood in the area of Alexander Street and Sharpe Avenue. One of them was seen dropping a backpack that was later retrieved by officers.
Officers quickly caught up with one suspect on foot with the help of a K-9 unit. He surrendered and they took him into custody without further incident.
The second suspect remained on the loose as officers continued to search the neighborhood.
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Suspect in custody, one on the loose after chase from Bell Gardens to the San Fernando Valley
One suspect was in custody and another remained on the loose after a high-speed chase from Bell Gardens to the San Fernando Valley on Thursday.