120 Mph (193 Kph) L.A. Chase Prompts Woman's Arrest

Police are still searching for a male driver of the vehicle

By on February 27th, 2013 07:42 GMT

A woman driving a Lexus sedan at 120 mph (193 kph) as the police were after her has been arrested in South Los Angeles.

Police apparently chased her and a male accomplice from Chino through Southern California and Los Angeles, describes The Epoch Times.

While the unidentified man was driving the Lexus ES400 as the chase begun, he stopped the car at approximately 12:50 a.m.

A female passenger then assumed control of the vehicle, eventually parking and running off, while using a cellphone. She was arrested as she was trying to enter an apartment complex.

According to California Highway Patrol Officer Ed Jacobs, the chase was prompted by a burglary that occurred in San Bernardino County. Police are still looking to find the first driver of the getaway car.
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