A suspect in a stolen Chevrolet Volt led police on a high-speed chase in the Van Nuys, California area on Monday.
The chase ended when police cornered the Volt in a cul-de-sac approximately 45 minutes after the ortdeal began. The trapped Volt attempted to get out, but was promptly met with the front end of a police cruiser.
Police on the scene busted out the window of the Volt and used non-lethal rounds to subdue the driver. The driver was arrested immediately.
Sgt. Megan Glaister with the Los Angeles Police Department issued this statement:
"Waited patiently for him to come out and to see if he would. At some point he was trying to injure himself and at that point we stepped in and used non-lethal force and took him into custody without any incident."
The officer in the cruiser that was hit by the Volt was taken to the hospital to be treated for minor injuries. Her condition was reported as "good."
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