Police shot rubber pellets and used a K-9 to take a stalking suspect into custody after the end of a chase in Corona, CA.

Fontana police said they were called regarding a stalking suspect around midnight Friday and encountered the man, who led officers on a pursuit when he did not stop his vehicle.

The California Highway Patrol assisted in the chase, deploying spike strips, as the suspect continued on the 10, 67 and 91 freeways, police told KABC 7.

The pursuit ended in Corona.

The suspect was reportedly uncooperative when the pursuit ended. Corona police shot out the driver's side window of the suspect's pickup truck with rubber pellets and deployed a K-9 who jumped through the broken window to help apprehend the suspect.