Drive-by shooter leads police on high-speed chase

CHULA VISTA, Calif. – An alleged drive-by shooter led police on a high-speed chase in Chula Vista late Tuesday.

Police say Tyler Turner shot out the window of a Honda Accord in the 1200 block of Paseo Magda around 9 p.m. Authorities aren’t sure if the gunman was targeting the car but said other vehicles on the street were also hit by gunfire.

Turner then got into a vehicle and crashed into two parked cars. He sped away and drove to a home where he switched vehicles.

Turner then led police on a pursuit that reached speeds of 120 mph.

He eventually ditched the vehicle and barricaded himself inside a home near Santa Elisabeth Avenue and Wooden Valley Street. Turner reportedly knew people inside the home.

A standoff with police ensued. Turner later surrendered and was taken into custody.

Turner is facing multiple charges, including assault with a deadly weapon and felony evading.

Nobody was injured during the incident.