Stolen vehicle leads police on chase through Detroit side streets; suspect arrested in abandoned home

State police were taken on a chase through side streets in Detroit following discovery of a stolen vehicle early Friday morning.

A trooper in the Metro Detroit south post had attempted a traffic stop on a vehicle that ran a red light around 6:25 a.m. on West Grand near Linwood in the Northwest Goldberg neighborhood.

The vehicle, a black Chevy Trailblazer, initially turned south on Wabash Street and stopped in front of a residence. 

After ignoring commands to turn the vehicle off, the suspect fled police. 

A police chase ensued as the suspect attempted to drive through a vacant lot at Wabash near Marquette. It popped two of the suspect's tires and speeds were never greater than 45 mph. 

The suspect driver eventually came to a stop on Vermont south of Marquette and fled on foot. Police lost sight of the suspect, prompting a manhunt involving troopers from Detroit and the state. After finding a vacant lot where someone had been laying nearby, police identified a home at 6050 Wabash. 

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The suspect, a 27-year-old was found hiding upstairs in the abandoned home. 

He was taken into custody without incident.