A high-speed hunt that started just after. Tuesday near Towsley Canyon is completed in the San Fernando Valley after a dramatic pursuit involving a stolen camper.
Officials at Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station first identified the vehicle and began sweeping south on The Old Road until the California Highway Patrol took over.
"We got the call around 7pm from Santa Clarita Sheriff's who were behind a stolen camper," Officer Brandt told the California Highway Patrol. "We picked it up somewhere in western 118."
The unidentified driver was seen with their two large dogs in the front part of the vehicle, one of which fell out of the vehicle during the search.
The stolen engine homes were seen by hitting other vehicles during the hunt, which included driving on opposite lanes as the driver tried to evade law enforcement according to officials.
CHP officials replied at least five other incidents involving other drivers on both the highway and surface streets, according to Brandt. The driver also damaged several parked vehicles, according to officials.
At one point, the vehicle shot a tree with extraordinary damage on the right side of the vehicle in the process, including the loss of the majority of the vehicle's windshield.
Finally, the chase ended near Tampa Boulevard and Wells Drive after the car collided with a car entering a driveway and sent the stolen caravan into a tree.
The driver tried to flee on foot with the remaining dog, but was quickly dampened by law enforcement officials.
The identity of the person as well as the extent of any damage caused by the persecution is currently unknown from 1
Ed. Note: This is a breaking news story, more information will be added as it becomes available.
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