SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Officers responded to a report of an assault in San Francisco on Sunday night, the San Francisco Police Division stated. Round 5:52 p.m., police arrived on the 600 block of Filbert Road.
Police positioned the suspect and tried to detain him. Nonetheless, he was in a position to escape and fled in a car.
SFPD officers then initiated a pursuit. Police stated the suspect threw an unknown object out of the automotive window in direction of the officers in pursuit. No accidents have been reported by SFPD.
As soon as the pursuit continued onto the freeway, California Freeway Patrol officers took over the chase. The pursuit ultimately got here to an finish in Martinez the place CHP officers arrested the suspect.
The gap from San Francisco to Martinez is roughly 35 miles, which incorporates the Bay Bridge.
The suspect additionally threw unknown objects out of the car within the space of eighth and Mission streets, in response to SFPD. The general public was requested to keep away from that space and the 1500 block of Jones Road.
The identification of the suspect was not disclosed by authorities.
The investigation stays energetic and anybody with info is requested to contact SFPD at 415-575-4444 or textual content a tip to TIP411 and start the message with “SFPD.”