Chase suspect’s car speeds through Los Angeles with raised front hood


LOS ANGELES, California —

A person suspected of assault with a deadly weapon led police on a high-velocity chase via Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon whilst his automotive’s raised entrance hood obscured his view of the roadway.

About 12:45 p.m., the pursuit made its approach eastbound on the 134 Freeway close to Griffith Park when the driving force transitioned onto the southbound 5 Freeway.

With the white Lexus sedan’s hood blocking the windshield, the chase continued on to the southbound one hundred ten and a hundred and one freeways before exiting onto surface streets in Boyle Heights.

A number of LAPD cruisers joined the chase when the driving force pulled right into a gated parking zone in South L.A. He received out of the Lexus, took off his sweatshirt and T-shirt, and raised his arms within the air.

A lady ran towards him and embraced him, shielding the suspect from the coming officers. A person then approached the driving force and locked arms with him.

The man and lady escorted the suspect towards the officers, whose weapons have been drawn. The suspect dropped to his knees and was taken into custody without incident.

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