LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) —  Authorities said Friday that a man has been sentenced to six years in state prison for leading police on a pursuit on the 710 Freeway last month.

The Los Angeles County D.A.’s Office announced that 25-year-old Lajuan Deshaun King pleaded no contest to a felony count of fleeing a pursuing peace officer’s motor vehicle causing serious bodily injury in the case.

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The defendant also admitted that he was previously convicted of second-degree robbery in 2012.

Deputy D.A. Presciliano Duran  said on May 7 police received a call about a suspected robbery at a restaurant in the 700 block of West Valley Boulevard in Alhambra.

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When authorities arrived at the location they spotted a white car leaving the scene and a police pursuit began, the Deputy D.A. said.

The driver of the white vehicle, later identified as King, entered the 710 Freeway and drove south to Long Beach.

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After exiting the freeway in Long Beach, King lost control of the car and crashed, the prosecutor said.