CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. — A man led California Highway Patrol officers on a high-speed vehicle chase through parts of four counties Thursday, climaxing with his arrest in the Camp Pendleton area.
The suspect was taken into custody near the Basilone Road entrance to the Marine Corps installation shortly before 6 a.m., according to CBS 8 News. The news station’s Los Angeles counterpart, CBS 2 reported that the man was wanted for an outstanding warrant.
The suspect, who was taken down with a stun gun, is reported to have hit speeds topping 100 miles per hour during the chase, which started in San Bernardino County and proceeded through Los Angeles and Orange counties before ending in San Diego County. It lasted for more than an hour.