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MBPD Officers Capture Fleeing Suspect

The man was on foot in MB after crashing his minivan at 35th St. and Hermosa Ave. He'd already led Hermosa Beach Police on a vehicle chase that reached speeds as high as 90 miles per hour.

Manhattan Beach Police officers were involved Thursday in the apprehension of a man who led Hermosa Beach police on a high-speed chase through Hermosa and Redondo Beach before fleeing on foot into MB after crashing his vehicle at 35th St. and Hermosa Ave. in HB.

MBPD officers captured the suspect in the 100 block of Third St., near Manhattan Ave., said MBPD Officer Stephanie Martin. HBPD officers then arrested Danny Chance of Pico Nuevo on a charge of possessing a stolen vehicle, evading a police officer and burglary, said Sgt. Robert Higgins of HBPD. Chance is on probation for receiving stolen property and is believed to have stolen property from several South Bay residents.

You can read about the chase that reached 90 miles per hour and why police were after Chance here.

 

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