Watch Suspect Taunt Police During Intense Stop-And-Go Pursuit After Allegedly Shooting Sister-in-Law

Aerial footage shows the suspect fleeing cops before successfully evading two police pit maneuvers.

A bizarre police pursuit ended dramatically on a Los Angeles freeway Monday night after LAPD officers nabbed a man they say fled after shooting his sister-in-law.

The slow-speed chase started as stop-and-go Monday night as CBSLA aerial footage shows the driver brake several times as he appeared to taunt police and even blatantly drop several items out of his window.

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The suspect reportedly even yelled out his windows at officers, who unsuccessfully shot bean bags at the driver in a bid to stop him.

LAPD officers eventually pursued the driver, identified as Marcos Flores, onto the 405 Freeway, shutting down the busy highway in both directions during the hours-long chase.

The suspect at times sped up and other times drove tauntingly slow as officers stayed close behind.

After about two hours, aerial footage showed the LAPD initiate a pit maneuver, a tactic in which a police vehicle hits a suspect's in an attempt to bring it to a halt.

But in this instance, the suspect's car spun nearly 360 degrees before the driver managed to right the vehicle and continue.

Astonishingly, a second pit maneuver attempt also ended with the suspect driving away before the third finally brought the car to a halt.

As LAPD vehicles pinned the suspect's car between two cruisers, he put his hands up and cops released a K9 unit to subdue Flores.

Police told KTLA that Flores is wanted in connection with the attempted murder of his sister-in-law, which allegedly occurred Sunday.

Flores was arrested shortly after midnight Tuesday.

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The victim Flores allegedly shot was struck in the upper body and remains hospitalized in critical condition, police said.

A motive for the shooting has not been disclosed.

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