Four people arrested after 2-county police chase across LA, San Bernardino counties

Four people were arrested after cramming into a red sedan that was at the center of a 2-county police chase across Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties Thursday night.

West Covina Police said the red Dodge Charger was linked to a business robbery in the 200 block of N Citrus Ave. Police located the vehicle, which became the focal point of a police pursuit spanning two counties. West Covina officers initially located the car, but the pursuit was canceled due to the high speed of the vehicle.

Law enforcement, aided by a helicopter, later relocated the red Dodge Charger. The California Highway Patrol (CHP) then took over the pursuit.

SkyFOX was over the scene in Ontario as the suspect led authorities on a chase.

Throughout the chase, the suspect drove through parts of West Covina, Pomona and Ontario. At certain points of the pursuit, the suspect broke 120 miles per hour and nearly hit a couple of cars.

The suspects ditched the car near a gas station near South Euclid Avenue in Ontario where all four people inside the car ran off in separate directions.

West Covina Police said that all four suspects inside the vehicle were apprehended following the chase. There is no information available at this time regarding any carjacking incidents.