A multi-county police chase ends with a driver working for Orange County Walmart - NBC Los Angeles

A multi-county police chase ends with a driver working for Orange County Walmart – NBC Los Angeles

A California Highway Patrol was following a black car in Orange County Monday night.

Newschopper4 had finished the chase around 10:30 p.m. in Anaheim Hills, as a black car was driving at slow speeds on Highway 91 Freeway west. The car had been driving the authorities for 20 minutes at that point.

The CHP said the stalking started related to a Riverside County car code violation. Riverside police said the car was missing from license plates and had three people inside when the chase began. One person lodged in Riverside, according to the Riverside Police Department.

The car was traveling at 55 mph on the highway so it wasn’t a high-speed chase.

At around 10:47 PM, the car pulled off the highway into the shallow streets of the Buena Park area and started driving a little erratically, sometimes stopping suddenly.

At one of those stops, the black car stopped in the middle of the street, before the passenger’s tailgate opened and a woman jumped out of the car.

Shortly after 11 p.m., the driver broke into a Westminster shopping center, before driving onto the sidewalk and pulling directly in front of Walmart’s main entrance before running inside.

After about five to 10 minutes, the police appeared to have arrested a person at a close corner.

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