A police pursuit in Chino ended with a stolen large rig crashing right into a home and the driving force in custody over the weekend, authorities mentioned.

The semitruck proprietor known as the Pomona Police Division at 12:19 p.m. Saturday to report he had witnessed his automobile being stolen from a Montclair tire store and mentioned he was following it via the streets of Pomona.

Police took over the pursuit and tried to drag over the driving force, who authorities mentioned didn’t cease.

After touring a brief distance, the driving force misplaced management of the semitruck at Philadelphia Avenue and Pipeline Avenue, police spokesperson Aly Mejia mentioned. He struck a utility pole, a number of parked automobiles and a cinderblock wall earlier than crashing right into a home, Mejia mentioned.

The Chino Valley Hearth District was dispatched to the crash scene minutes later, at 12:25 p.m.

Nobody was inside the house on the time of the crash, and no one was injured, the fireplace district mentioned. However the home was considerably broken, and the residents of the rental property needed to be relocated, authorities mentioned. First responders constructed a shoring construction to assist the roof above the place the truck destroyed an exterior wall.

“The construction isn’t secure for individuals to be inhabiting it,” hearth district spokesperson Massiel De Guevara mentioned.

The harm to the utility pole precipitated a number of houses within the neighborhood to lose energy, police mentioned.

The truck’s driver, recognized as 27-year-old Chino resident Matthew Paul Gonzalez, was arrested on the scene on suspicion of grand theft auto. Pomona police took him to a hospital, the place he was cleared, earlier than he was taken into custody.

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