High-speed chase comes to an end
A woman is under arrest after leading police on a high-speed pursuit across three Southern California counties.
It all started in Anaheim, where police say the woman was getting a car from a rental agency. While the paperwork was being processed, they say she took the keys and took off.
The chase passed through Eastern L.A. County at very high speeds, frequently topping 100 miles per hour. It continued into San Diego County, where near Camp Pendleton the woman finally pulled over and surrendered.
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