(KRON) — A housebreaking suspect who led police on a pursuit in a stolen automobile was arrested Friday morning after crashing head-on right into a patrol car, in keeping with the Mountain View Police Division. Mountain View PD dispatch acquired a name round 3:30 a.m. concerning a attainable housebreaking at an condo complicated on the 2200 block of Showers Drive.
The caller, in keeping with police, described the suspect car as a white SUV. Responding officers noticed a automobile that matched that description — a white Honda SUV — leaving the complicated.
The automobile had been stolen out of a neighboring metropolis, a fast information test confirmed.
Officers tried to tug the automobile over, however it took off on San Antonio Highway. Officers gave pursuit however then terminated the pursuit when the automobile was noticed on southbound Freeway 101.
Patrol officers picked up a visible of the automobile once more, taking the Outdated Middlefield Manner exit off Freeway 101. The SUV then started driving in opposition to visitors at a slower velocity.
The driving force of the automobile observed that officers had been in pursuit and drove right into a car parking zone the place it collided head-on with a Mountain View PD patrol car. The driving force made one other try to get away earlier than shedding management of the SUV and crashing into an influence pole on Colony Road.
The driving force exited the SUV and tried to flee on foot. Nevertheless, he was rapidly detained by two patrol officers. Three different individuals who had been within the SUV had been additionally detained — with out incident.
Because of the car crash, all 4 had been taken to an space hospital for therapy. The driving force, 29-year-old Anthony Quach of East Palo Alto, was medically cleared and booked into Santa Clara County Jail on:
- Eight excellent felony warrants
- Car theft
- Felony evasion
- Hit and run
- Resisting arrest
- Assault with a lethal weapon
No officers had been injured within the incident, police mentioned, nevertheless, two patrol autos had been badly broken.