VIDEO: Motorcyclist Performs Stunts On Bike During High-Speed Pursuit And Then Surrenders

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - A motorcyclist led California Highway Patrol officers on an hour-long pursuit tonight that began in San Bernardino County and ended there, with a brief incursion into Eastern Los Angeles County.

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The motorcyclist was being chased for reckless driving and came into Los Angeles County about 6 p.m., said CHP Officer Patrick Kimball.

The motorcyclist was driving at speeds up to 100 mph, and blew several red lights.

He drove on streets in San Dimas, Pomona, Claremont and La Verne and taunted CHP officers by standing up on his seat.

He was cornered in a dead end street by an officer, but drove right past him, almost clipping the CHP car's open door. He was followed by two CHP motorcycle officers and a helicopter above.

Toward the end he went back east on Foothill Boulevard, the old Route 66. Finally he pulled into a gas station at Cucamonga and San Bernardino streets in Ontario and surrendered.

The case is being investigated by the San Bernardino Sheriff's Department.


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