Written by AARON CASTREJON
UPDATE, 11 p.m.: The Sheriff’s Special Enforcement Bureay and crisis negotiators were able to get the suspect to surrender sometime before 8 p.m., According to Deputy Eric Ortiz of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Information Bureau.
Deputies originally responded to a residence and 18000 block of Gaillard Street in unincorporated Azusa to investigate a family disturbance. The suspect fled and led deputies on a pursuit until they were able to disable his truck.
COVINA - A pursuit suspect continues to remain inside of a truck he used to evade San Dimas deputies after they pursued him Saturday afternoon.
The suspect remains inside of his vehicle on North Hollenbeck Avenue south of East Cypress Street in Covina May 8. San Dimas deputies originally responded to a residence in the unincorporated area of Azusa at 3:39 p.m. to investigate a family disturbance, according to Deputy Shawn Dubusky Of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Information Bureau.
It was not yet clear to Dubusky, but the suspect fled from deputies and a pursuit ensued until a spike strip was used to disable the suspect’s tires.
The Sheriff’s Special Enforcement Bureau was summoned to the barricade to get the suspect to surrender. the barricade to get the suspect to surrender.