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Gang Member's Rental Car Reached 110 MPH Before CHP Tasered Him

June 07, 2010  | 

A gang member led California Highway Patrol officers on a high-speed pursuit, reaching speeds of 110 mph before jumping from his moving vehicle and being Tasered by officers, the Press Democrat reports.

Officers later found a stolen .44-Magnum handgun in the trunk of his rented Ford Mustang.

Officers pulled the man over in a Santa Rosa parking lot, suspecting he was drunk. Instead of surrendering, the man took off, leading the officers on the pursuit. He was caught when a Taser barb hit him during a foot pursuit with officers.

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