SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A suspect is in custody after an hours-long standoff in Richmond following a high-speed chase across the Bay Bridge Friday, officials said.
The California Highway Patrol says the suspect is a juvenile who drove in a stolen vehicle.
CHP says the chase started just after 3 p.m. after an officer tried to make a traffic stop just in Contra Costa County on Highway 4. The pursuit went all the way into San Francisco, then back across the bay.
SKY7 was flying over a white Infiniti sedan that raced over the Bay Bridge just before 5 p.m. It hit speeds upwards of 100 miles an hour.
At one point, the sedan became boxed in at the intersection of 4th and King Streets near Oracle Park. CHP says it appeared the suspect was going to try to run, so an officer took out his K9 officer. However, the suspect used his vehicle to hit other cars and break free, striking the K9 officer while speeding off.
"One of our K-9 officers was nearby and because it appeared that the suspect was going try to run, he exited his vehicle and retrieved his dog from the backseat. Just as he did that the suspect put the vehicle into drive and continued to drive forward, ultimately he struck numerous vehicles and end up hitting the K-9," CHP officer Andrew Barclay said.
CHP says thankfully the K9 officer didn't sustain any major injuries but was taken to a veterinarian.
The chase came to an end in Richmond when the driver abandoned the car near Anderson Park -- where the ground search began.
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