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Driver in Wild L.A. County Chase Arrested Again — This Time on a Motorcycle in Westwood

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The Ford Mustang driver and burglary suspect who shocked Los Angeles County with an epic car chase that featured spinning doughnuts on Hollywood Boulevard and the throwing of fast food at a TMZ tour bus last month has been arrested again.

This time, Herschel Reynolds stands accused of hitting a man with his Suzuki GSXR motorcycle in Westwood and speeding off. He's also accused of trying to grab the man's cellphone after the man called 911.

UCLA police booked Reynolds on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon Saturday, roughly two weeks after they first issued an alert to be on the lookout for the 20-year-old.

Unlike the rented convertible that Reynolds was driving in his April 7 pursuit, UCLA police said the former tactical vehicle driver for the Marines was riding a white 2005 or 2006 motorcycle with red paper plates from Del Amo Motorsports.

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