WARREN, Mich. - A Michigan State Police chase that started with a vehicle connected to a shooting in Sterling Heights ended in Redford on 6 Mile.
After Warren police began tailing a Lincoln MKX in Macomb County that was wanted in connection to a shooting, the vehicle gave chase reaching speeds of more than 120 mph.
However, the driver of the suspect vehicle made a U-turn and continued fleeing.
At that point, a Warren patrol unit also initiated a PIT maneuver, which would result in the suspect vehicle rolling onto its side, ending the pursuit. It ended in Redford near 6 Mile.
Both suspects inside the vehicle were arrested without incident and were taken into custody by Warren police.
Police said the chase was linked to a shooting that took place during a domestic assault incident in Sterling Heights.