VENTURA, Calif. (KABC) -- A wild chase in Ventura Tuesday morning ended with a police cruiser wedged under a car and the suspected driver in custody.
The incident occurred at Fir Street and Thompson Boulevard just after midnight. Officers were in pursuit of a stolen vehicle, trailing the suspect for more than 20 miles.
California Highway Patrol attempted a PIT maneuver and the suspect crashed at a low speed, according to Ventura police.
The chase first began when officers noticed a "suspicious vehicle" and ran the plates. It came back as a wanted stolen vehicle.
The suspect began to lead officers on the pursuit and was eventually taken into custody.
No further details on the suspect were released.
Ventura pursuit ends with police cruiser wedged underneath car