ROLANDO (CNS) - A driver who committed a traffic violation would not pull over for police officers and led them on a short pursuit through the Rolando neighborhood of eastern San Diego Sunday.
At 11:30 a.m., a patrol officer attempted to pull over a driver who failed to yield at a yield traffic sign on Stanley Avenue, between 62nd Street and 63rd Street, but the driver would not stop, San Diego police dispatch officers said.
The driver led officers on a short pursuit that ended a couple blocks away on Estelle Street.
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