A vehicle pursuit that began in San Francisco Saturday afternoon ended in Mountain View with the arrest of three suspects wanted in connection with an injury shooting in San Francisco on Friday, a California Highway Patrol spokesman said.
San Francisco police attempted to stop a vehicle that matched the description of a vehicle wanted in connection with a shooting that injured a 50-year-old man in San Francisco's Fillmore District on Friday afternoon, San Francisco police Sgt. Eric O'Neal said.
Officers signaled for the driver of the green four-door Toyota to stop at the intersection of San Bruno Avenue and Ordway Street in San Francisco's Bayview District at about 3:30 p.m. on Feb. 8. The driver failed to stop and officers pursued the driver through the Bayview District, according to O'Neal.
During the pursuit, the suspect rammed a patrol car and was able to evade officers near Oyster Point Boulevard.
The vehicle fled onto southbound U.S. Highway 101 and about 10 minutes later the CHP took over the pursuit in San Mateo County, CHP Officer Daniel Hill said.
The CHP quickly discontinued the pursuit due to dangerous driving conditions caused by rain on the roadway, Hill said.
A short time later, the suspect vehicle crashed into another vehicle on Highway 101 just north of Ellis Street in Mountain View, Hill said.
The vehicle's three occupants fled following the crash and ran toward city streets, Hill said.
Officers set up a perimeter and detained the three suspects a couple blocks south of Highway 101 near North Whisman Road, according to Hill.
The three suspects were arrested and taken into custody by the San Francisco Sheriff's Department, Hill said.
San Francisco police said the man injured in Friday's shooting is expected to survive and that the identities of the three suspects in custody have not been released.