WATCH: Suspect breakdances after leading CHP officers on #chase from Calabasas to Pacoima https://t.co/tV0d14Cg9P pic.twitter.com/9Bh4AIu2uE
— ABC7 Eyewitness News (@ABC7) March 20, 2019
CALABASAS, CA – A slow-speed chase ended with the suspect busting a move before getting busted by police.
The chase began in Calabasas when a driver failed to yield to commands to stop, the California Highway Patrol told ABC7. The suspect drove relatively slow, mostly at speeds under 60 mph, making no maneuvers to evade police but also declining to pull over, the news station said.
The driver led officers on and off multiple freeways before exiting in Pacoima, the Ventura County Star reported.
A CHP SUV spun the suspect’s vehicle out, according to footage from the scene. The driver exited the car with his hands up as officers pointed guns at him.
Illuminated by helicopter lights above him, the suspect started breakdancing and it was all caught on video.
“Oh! Okay. The suspect doing some breakdancing here in the roadway,” the ABC7 helicopter pilot said.
After the brief one man show, the suspect was taken into custody, the news station reported.