LOS ANGELES - Two suspects were taken into custody after a robbery turned into a wild high-speed chase through Los Angeles County.
The suspects, armed with a gun, robbed a T-Mobile store in Commerce Tuesday afternoon.
The suspects reportedly stole cellphones and fled the area. An LA County Sheriff's helicopter was tracking the suspects above. The passenger got out of the vehicle and was taken into custody, however the driver kept on going and deputies continued to chase him.
Officers say the suspects threw cash, phones and even a pistol out of the car window.
SkyFOX was over the chase near the Hawthorne airport.
At times during the pursuit, the suspect was seen driving on the wrong side of the road, driving on sidewalks, running through red lights and even hit other cars.
The driver circled around a cul-de-sac, sped past a patrol car and then collided with another vehicle head on. That collisions occurred on Spinning Ave. and W. 129th st., the suspect drove off after the collision.
The suspect eventually surrendered to police on Van Ness Ave. and 173rd St. in the city of Torrence and was taken into custody.