KENT, Wash. - Police said a driver in a U-Haul truck was taken into custody after leading police into a chase Saturday morning throughout Kent.
The pursuit started at 228th and 64th streets.
According to police, officers conducted a traffic stop on a 20-foot U-Haul truck in the industrial area of Kent because the vehicle looked suspicious.
When the driver of the truck failed to stop, the driver led police on a chase.
Officers shutdown a few intersections in the area and laid out spike strips to stop the driver.
The spikes took out all four tires of the truck, but the truck kept moving.
Police finally stopped the vehicle by conducting a pit maneuver, and officers took the driver into custody.
According to police, the U-Haul truck was stolen.
Kent officers chase driver in U-Haul truck
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