Chase Ends in Crash, Pepper Ball Shooting

The chase began around 6:30 p.m. when police say they spotted a driver weaving in and out of traffic on State Route 163

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    A suspect rammed his car into a CHP patrol car and crashed into a fence in a cul-de-sac in Linda Vista Thursday night. Even then officers shot pepper balls to try and get the driver to surrender.

    A driver who refused to stop for police crashed his car into a patrol car and then a fence before he was taken into custody.

    The 60-year-old driver was taken into custody when the car chase ended in Linda Vista Thursday night.

    It all started around 6:30 p.m. when police say they spotted a driver weaving in and out of traffic on State Route 163.

    The driver refused to stop and took police on a chase.

    When Chase Ends in Crash, Police Open Fire

    [DGO] When Chase Ends in Crash, Police Open Fire
    A suspect rammed his car into a CHP patrol car and crashed into a fence in a cul-de-sac in Linda Vista Thursday night. Even then officers shot pepper balls to try and get the driver to surrender.

    The chase ended after he rammed into a patrol car.

    The man slowly emerged from the car with dozens of officers and a police K-9 standing by.

    Even then, it took officers shooting pepper balls to force him to surrender.

    His identity has not been released.

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