UPDATE: Suspects Identified In High-Speed Chase Ending In North Highlands
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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Two suspects, including a suspected parolee at large, led police and sheriff’s deputies on a high-speed chase through parts of Sacramento County before they were cornered and arrested Wednesday night.
High speeds reached up to 90 mph on surface streets near McClellan Park before 33-year-old Jason Law got onto Highway 80, exited at Greenback and both front tires are popped.
That sent sparks flying but he was still driving at high speeds before Sacramento police and sheriff’s cars pinned the car in on Walnut Avenue at Kohler Avenue in North Highlands at about 5:20 p.m. and arrested Law and his passenger, 25-year-old Allison Krogsgaard, at gunpoint.
A gun was reportedly tossed at Roseville Road and Oak Hollow and recovered by officers.
Law was arrested on charges of violating his parole, weapons violations and evading police. Krogsgaard was arrested on weapons violation charges.
Police also went to a residence connected to the suspects and made two more arrests: Kevin Martin, 32, on weapons charges and Ursula Hinojosa, 29, on an outstanding warrant. Two more guns were recovered at the residence.
All four were booked into the Sacramento County Jail.