VIDEO: Slow-speed chase ends with suspect breakdancing at gunpoint

PACOIMA, LOS ANGELES -- A slow-speed chase through the San Fernando Valley ended with the suspect breakdancing as officers held him at gunpoint.

The chase began in Calabasas when California Highway Patrol officers said a reckless driver failed to yield to commands to stop.

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The driver led officers on a chase over the 101 Freeway through the San Fernando Valley, north on the 405 Freeway and east onto the 118 Freeway.

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The suspect mostly drove at speeds under 60 mph, making no evasive maneuvers to escape the officers but also declining to pull over.

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He slowed to about 20 mph on the 118 and then exited on Laurel Canyon Boulevard.
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Officers followed closely behind and were finally able to spin out his vehicle with a PIT maneuver in the Pacoima area.

He got out of the car and complied with officers' orders, but then at one point began breakdancing.

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After the brief show, officers were able to take the man into custody without further incident.

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