California Highway Patrol officers arrested a reckless driving suspect after a lengthy chase that stretched from Orange County to Ventura County.
The chase reportedly began when officers saw the man driving recklessly on I-5 in Fullerton.
At times, the suspect reportedly traveled at speeds in excess of 110 miles per hour and may have hit other cars while fleeing.
Ventura County Sheriff’s Department deputies also engaged the suspect in a pursuit for a brief period after CHP officers temporarily lost sight of the driver.
At approximately 6:40 p.m., the shirtless suspect came to a complete stop in the west side lane of CA-126 in Saticoy, where he exited the vehicle and surrendered to pursuing officers. As the suspect knelt in the street, a dog got out of the vehicle and stood next to him.
The suspect was handcuffed without further incident, with the dog following closely behind. Officers lured the dog into the suspect’s vehicle, using its owner to pull him back inside.
With SkyCal above, the vehicle could be seen with damage to the front right driver’s side.