Bizarre slow-speed chase in Los Angeles ends when bystander blocks car

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A man who led Los Angeles police on a slow-speed chase through San Fernando Valley Friday night was stopped by a bystander who jumped in front of the car.

A man who led Los Angeles police on a slow-speed chase through San Fernando Valley Friday night was stopped by a bystander who jumped in front of the car.

Police began following a black Ford Mustang with a sign that read, "Victory Parade," hung on the side of the driver's side door in Reseda shortly before 6 p.m. The chase continued into Tarzana and Encino.

Throughout the chase, the man, identified as Aaron Levy, of Northridge, waved to bystanders, fist pumped and flashed a peace sign. At one point, he drove on the wrong side of the road.

A man driving in a black Ford Mustang led Los Angeles police on a slow-speed chase through San Fernando Valley on Friday, May 22, 2015.



At about 6:50 p.m., a bystander walked in front of the slow-moving car. Levy then stopped in front of him, put his hands in the air and exited. The bystander then pushed Levy onto the hood of a police cruiser, before police detained both men.



The bystander who grabbed Levy was detained for a parole violation warrant and later released. Levy was booked for evading police.
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