SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - Police arrested a kidnapping suspect Sunday morning after a police chase through southeast San Diego ended in a crash.
The San Diego Police Department says an officer was on patrol in Logan Heights when a car stopped in front of him and a woman jumped out of the vehicle frantically trying to flag the officer down.
Police pursued the driver and the chase came to an end on SR-94 near Euclid after the suspect crashed into another car.
No one was seriously hurt in the crash. The driver attempted to hide in some nearby brush, but a police dog found him.
He suffered minor bites while resisting arrest.
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