Police chase ends in crash in Golden Hill

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SAN DIEGO – A police pursuit ended early Monday morning in Golden Hill with two people behind bars, police said.

The chase started just before 2:00 a.m. when San Diego police spotted a stolen Honda on 14th Street. They gave chase and pursued the driver throughout the Golden Hill neighborhood.

The pursuit ended when the suspect lost control and crashed on the on-ramp to the westbound 94 freeway. One of the people inside the car bailed out and tried to run away. A K9 unit was deployed and took the suspect down.

The car chase lasted about ten minutes and never reached speeds of more than about 40 mph. Both a man and a woman were arrested, one of whom was taken to the hospital to be treated for the bite from the K9 unit, which was not a serious injury.

San Diego police had not released the identities of the suspects as of Monday morning.

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