By CBSLA Staff

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department began the pursuit of a white Chevrolet pickup truck in south Los Angeles led authorities all the way to Orange County.

The pursuit began after a driver wanted for a stolen vehicle charge fled deputies near the eastbound side of I-105 and I-110. The suspect led deputies through south L.A. before reaching Seal Beach and Westminster before the California Highway Patrol took control and resumed the pursuit.

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The driver continued down northbound I-5 passing Disneyland while driving upwards of 90 mph.

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The suspect and a passenger bailed out of their vehicle and ran into a large park. They forgot to put the white pickup truck into park.

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The two continued to evade police in Recreation Park, near a golf course. A CHP motorcycle officer caught up to the suspects as they were walking around the park. An officer later arrived after he commandeered a golf cart.