HIGHLAND >> A lady believed to have been squatting in a Highland house led deputies on a excessive-velocity pursuit — once more.
Just a little greater than 24 hours after Shawnice Hershkovitz, 23, of Colton allegedly led deputies on a pursuit Monday night time that started as a name for attainable squatters, San Bernardino County sheriff’s deputies have been once more chasing after the lady when she returned to the home in query Tuesday night time, in accordance with sheriff’s studies.
Round 9:30 p.m., deputies have been referred to as to the house within the 29100 block of Rosewood Lane, officers stated.
“The caller reported potential squatters have been loading a car with property,” based on a press launch.
A deputy noticed a car matching the outline on Base Line heading towards the 210 Freeway. The driving force, later recognized as Hershkovitz, pulled over, let loose a passenger after which sped off, officers stated. The passenger was not situated.
California Freeway Patrol have been referred to as in to help with the chase which got here to a violent finish when Hershkovitz smashed into three automobiles when she exited the freeway in Pasadena, in accordance with the assertion. No main accidents have been reported and the 23-yr-previous was arrested.
Monday night time, authorities say Hershkovitz was behind the wheel of a Dodge Dart that led authorities on a pursuit that led to Rancho Cucamonga, when deputies referred to as off the chase as a result of security considerations to the general public.
An arrest warrant was challenge for Hershkovitz for evading authorities. Officers additionally discovered she is on lively probation for a forgery conviction. Investigators are additionally in search of Hershkovitz’s sister, Future Hershkovitz, 22, of Colton, who’s the registered proprietor of the Dodge and in addition has a warrant issued for her arrest on suspicion of an unrelated larceny case.
Anybody with info on this case or the suspects whereabouts is requested to name the Highland Police Division at 909-425-9793. Callers wishing to stay nameless are urged to name the We-Tip Hotline at 1-800-78CRIME (27436) or you could depart info on the We-Tip web site at www.wetip.com.