Driver arrested after leading LASD deputies on slow-speed pursuit in Lomita

A driver was arrested after leading Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies on a 90 minute slow-speed pursuit Saturday night in Lomita. 

The pursuit started about 7 p.m. on 259th Place in Lomita after the suspect allegedly stolen the vehicle and drove away from deputies. The pursuit traveled through Lomita, Wilmington and ended in Harbor City. 

At one point during the pursuit, the suspect rammed into patrol cars. The driver of the black Honda Civic had been seen numerous times driving without the vehicle's headlights on.

The vehicle appeared to be driving on its rims after hitting a spike strip.

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The black Honda Civic escaped a pair of attempted PIT maneuvers by sheriff's deputies just off the Pacific Coast Highway in Wilmington. The driver was continuing slowly along residential streets.

The suspect finally stopped around 8:30 p.m. on Vermont Avenue and Anaheim Street near Ken Malloy Harbor Regional Park, in Harbor City.

Deputies ordered him to get out of the car 15-20 minutes before they pulled him out and took him into custody. 

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