February 29, 2024
Police automobiles path a white SUV by metropolis streets Friday. The chase ended on state Route 94. Picture credit score: Display screen shot, nbcsandiego.com

A girl led police on a 45-minute chase from La Jolla to Emerald Hills Friday earlier than her SUV ran out of fuel, at which level she made a failed try and sprint throughout a busy freeway.

The suspect, 58, had fled after allegedly violating a restraining order filed by her ex-husband, in accordance with the San Diego Police Division.

The pursuit started about 4:15 p.m. within the 6600 block of Vista Del Mar, close to Windansea Seaside on the residence of the lady’s former partner.

When officers tried to drag her over, she refused to yield and fled to the south, driving at average speeds by rush-hour visitors, however repeatedly operating cease indicators and crimson lights, Officer Darius Jamsetjee stated.

After passing by the Mount Soledad space and crisscrossing numerous streets in Pacific Seaside, the lady used Interstate 5 to move towards downtown San Diego, with officers giving chase in cruisers and from above in an SDPD helicopter.

Reaching the Middletown space, the suspect exited the freeway at Sassafras Avenue, then continued to the south on numerous streets, together with Kettner Boulevard, Hawthorn Avenue, Pacific Freeway and Harbor Drive.

The lady finally made her solution to state Route 94 through G Avenue, continuing east, Jamsetjee stated. She handed by Grant Hill, Mount Hope and Chollas View earlier than her Jeep Grand Cherokee ran out of fuel and coasted to a cease close to Kelton Street simply earlier than 5 p.m., the police spokesman stated.

The lady then received out and ran throughout either side of the freeway as motorists braked and swerved to keep away from her. Officers gave chase for a brief distance and took her into custody with out additional incident on the north shoulder of SR-94.

No collisions or accidents had been reported. The suspect’s identify was not launched.

– Metropolis Information Service