ANAHEIM (CBSLA) — A motorcyclist was taken into custody late Wednesday night after leading California Highway Patrol officers on a pursuit through Los Angeles County and into Orange County.
According to CHP, the pursuit started in the Woodland Hills area when a group of 15 motorcyclists appeared to be racing at triple-digit speeds.READ MORE: Lady Gaga's Dogwalker Shot, Wounded In Hollywood; 2 French Bulldogs Stolen
The motorcyclists scattered, but CHP officers were able to keep up with one after initially losing the bike near the 101 and 405 Freeway split.READ MORE: Chaos After Man Shot, Wounded During Argument Inside Gardena Target Store
Officers said at one point, the motorcyclist was traveling more than 130 miles per hour through the San Fernando Valley into Boyle Heights and eventually Orange County.
The pursuit came to an end in Anaheim when the motorcyclist stopped and surrendered a little after 11:30 p.m.MORE NEWS: What A Dummy: Driver Busted In Baldwin Park Carpool Lane With Elaborately Detailed Mannequin In Passenger Seat
CHP said the suspect, who was not immediately identified, was wanted in San Bernardino County.