A man accused of stealing a lime-green taxi and leading police on a two-hour pursuit through Inglewood and South Los Angeles could face several charges, police said Monday.
Derrick Bogar, 36, was arrested Friday afternoon when an armored SWAT vehicle performed a "pursuit intervention technique" -- or PIT maneuver -- and stopped the taxi at 103rd and Alameda streets in Watts, Los Angeles police said.
It was only the second time the department had used its armored vehicles to perform a PIT maneuver, police officials said Monday.
Bogar was arrested on suspicion of carjacking but could face other charges such as reckless driving and evading police, said Lt. Louis Paglialonga, who is investigating the incident. Paglialonga said part of the ongoing investigation would include a review of the television footage that captured the chase.
Online jail records showed Bogar was scheduled to appear in court Tuesday.
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