Pursuit Beginning in Glendora Area Ends Near Redlands

The chase terminated in west Redlands and began in Los Angeles County, according to televised reports.


David Hagins, 46, was booked on driving under the influence, evading police, and driving on a suspended license after Wednesday's night's pursuit that went through several communities and ended near Redlands, according to the San Dimas Sheriff's station.

Hagins is being held in a San Dimas jail.

PREVIOUS: Several law enforcement agencies chased a fleeing motorist from the Glendora area, ending in Redlands on Wednesday evening and he was surrendering at 7 p.m., according to televised images of the chase on multiple news channels.

The chase began around 6 p.m.

The suspect was initially pursued for reckless driving, according to scanner reports. He led law enforcement on a high-speed chase through surface streets and freeways, drove through red lights and crashed through railroad crossing arms, before ending near Redlands, according to NBC4LA.

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