NORWALK (CBSLA) – A suspect was arrested in Norwalk following a pursuit and standoff early Monday morning that made its way into Orange County.
The chase began around 2:20 a.m. when Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies attempted to pull over the suspect for reckless driving in Norwalk.READ MORE: Cal State University Will Require Faculty, Staff, Students On Campuses To Be Vaccinated Against COVID-19
The suspect refused to stop and a chase ensued. It wound its way south into Orange County, with the suspect traversing the 5 and 91 freeways. California Highway Patrol officers were called in as well.READ MORE: Hiking Groups Emerge As Way For Angelenos To Combat Pandemic-Caused Loneliness
The suspect eventually made his way back up to Norwalk, where he stopped in the area of Devlin Avenue and Lindale Street.
The suspect refused to surrender, prompting CHP officers to draw their guns. He was eventually taken into custody sometime before 4 a.m.MORE NEWS: UCLA Study: Expiration Of Eviction Moratoriums Led To Further Spread Of COVID-19
His name and the charges he faces were not confirmed. It’s unclear if the car was stolen.