Driver Surrenders After Pursuit in Orange County

Law enforcement took a suspect into custody following a pursuit that began in the Ontario area and continued on into Orange County Friday evening.

The suspect was reportedly wanted for an assault with a deadly weapon and was located in San Bernardino County.

The suspect fled law enforcement along the 60 Freeway westbound at high speeds early on in the pursuit.

The driver left the Freeway near Chino, and at one point a passenger got out of the vehicle before the driver continued on.

California Highway Patrol troopers took over the pursuit as the driver continued to flee officers. The pursuit led onto the 57 Freeway in Orange County, and later running into some traffic onto the 91 eastbound.

The driver later stopped and let another passenger out before continuing on.

The suspect eventually stopped the vehicle around 5:45 p.m. and surrendered to authorities in Anaheim.

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