This evening LSPD officers and San Andreas Sheriff deputies have arrested two women after a long chase form Downtown L.S. to Tatavian Mountains area and back to city limits.
At about 5:45 PM a patrol officer noticed a red Gresley, occupied by three, running a traffic light. As the officer signalled to stop, the driver took of.
A pursuit occurred and two additional units from LSPD were dispatched.
Few minutes later helicopter support was requested by pursuing officers, as the suspect entered the Freeway, northbound.
Then he left the city area, heading north to Tatavian Mountains.
Units from S.A. Sheriff Office joined the pursuit.
Two unsuccessful PIT manouvers were tried and as the suspect headed back to the city ad high speed, due to the high risk in continuing the chase, spike strips were deployed.
With flattered tyres the driver, later identified as Luis Johnson, lost the control of the vehicle, ending offroad, near the Freeway.
At that point, Johnson left the car, trying to escape on foot on the Freeway, getting run over by a truck, dying on impact.
The two women with him, identified as Azusa Nanako and Hannah Green (convicted felon), were found in possession of various kind of drugs, like prescription pills and marijuana.
Searching A. Nanako, in particular, officers found a bag containing suspicous substance. A field drug test was conducted and the substance resulted to be the drug called Angel Dust.
As result, both A. Nanako and H. Green were charged with possession of drug for sale, among other felonies.