Driver faces attempted murder in Kohl's Huntington Beach car crash

A 54-year-old man who crashed his car into a Kohl's department store in Huntington Beach Friday evening faces attempted murder charges, authorities said.

Tuan Miller was charged with six counts of attempted murder and single counts of driving under the influence of a drug causing injury, vandalism, evading police and reckless driving. He also faces sentencing enhancements for attempted premeditated murder and inflicting great bodily injury.

According to the Huntington Beach Police Department, officers responded to a report about a motorist crashing into the front of the Kohl's department store shortly before 8 p.m. at 7777 Edinger Ave on Friday, Oct. 13. 

Three victims were taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, police said.

Miller was taken into custody after leading police on a short chase.

Officers spotted the driver, in a red pickup, trying to flee the scene and began pursuing the vehicle, police said. The pursuing officers utilized a PIT maneuver a short distance away, bringing the vehicle to a stop in the 16000 block of Beach Boulevard, where officers took the suspect into custody.