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Rape suspect fatally poisons self during police chase in California

24 February 2018, 06:45 | Antoinette Holland

Rape suspect fatally poisons self during police chase in California

Rape suspect fatally poisons self during police chase in California

The suspect who died when he downed a vial of home-made poison at the end of a police chase near Los Angeles has been pictured as it is revealed he was wanted for sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl.

The LAPD asked the California Highway Patrol for help. According to Denharder, officers later discovered a liquid in the man's vehicle, and determined he had died from "self-inflicted poisoning". The substance that the suspect ingested was tested by the Ventura Fire Department's Hazmat team and determined to be a mixture of sodium chloride and potassium cyanide, Terry said. The suspect was declared dead at the scene.

There were initial reports of gunfire reported on the freeway but Officer Kevin Denharder, a CHP spokesman, said there was no evidence of gunshots from officers or the suspect.

The slumped-over man's auto careened down US 101 in Ventura before crashing. The vehicle came to a stop in the center median, though CHP officers told KABC it's unclear if the suspect crashed of stopped the vehicle on his own.

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The suspect in a police pursuit Wednesday morning on northbound Highway 101 in Ventura has reportedly killed himself, according to the California Highway Patrol.

The vehicle drove onto the right shoulder of USA 101, drifted across all northbound lanes and then came to a stop after crashing into the center median, CHP Officer Kevin Denharder said.

A suspect was found dead in a vehicle after a pursuit ended in Ventura on February 21, 2018.

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A Camarillo man under investigation in a Los Angeles-area rape case involving an underage victim led officers Wednesday on a chase that ended with his self-induced poisoning death on the 101 Freeway in Ventura, authorities said.

The LAPD had no immediate comment.

The site is about 50 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles.

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