A dangerous, high-speed police chase that started in Ventura County ended in downtown Los Angeles late Monday evening with a suspected hit-and-run driver and several passengers taken into custody.

Deputies with the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department initiated the pursuit on the 126 Freeway in Fillmore, before handing it off to CHP as the chase moved to the southbound 5 Freeway at around 9:20 p.m.

At one point, the pursuit suspect exited the freeway and drove through the parking lot of Angels Stadium, where he sustained some front-end damage to the vehicle, but returned to the freeway.

As the pursuit was in progress, authorities determined the pickup truck had been reported stolen out of Oxnard.

After a near spinout as he exited the freeway yet again, the driver of the pickup truck came to a stop on the 7th Street Bridge near Mission Road and Myers Street in downtown L.A. with a disabled front tire.

The driver, described by law enforcement as a male juvenile, was arrested by CHP officers and remains in custody.

Two female and one male passenger, also juveniles, were taken into custody and returned to Ventura County where they were released to their parents, a sheriff’s department spokesperson said.

While officials said four were taken into custody, aerial video from Sky5 showed five people emerge from the truck at the end of the pursuit.