A woman who allegedly stole a bus for parties in San Diego County led police in a chase on the freeway Tuesday in the Antelope Valley in northern Los Angeles County, where she crashed into the back of a sedan and then immediately surrendered.
The motorist was taken into custody after Top Dog Limo Bus Inc. stopped on the Pearblossom highway near Old Nadeau Road.
The name of the suspect, who was not injured in the accident, was not known. The driver of the sedan, who was in the back, was examined by medics at the scene and was able to get out of the car, but was seen in an ambulance for examination at the hospital.
A bus company ambassador told KTLA5 in Los Angeles that a limousine driver was picking up a customer in San Diego late Tuesday morning and got out of the car when the suspect jumped inside and ran away. Another motorist later called the corporation to report that one of its buses was driving incorrectly, which led authorities to the location of the vehicle.