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CHIEF HOME, ALONE, DRIVES WILD CHASE. OTERHAUIiS CAR OF CAXGSTER SUSPECTS; LOSES THEM AS THEY SCATTER. Five men, apparently a bandit gang, speeding Into the city in a rented car, were chased three miles through the street last night by Chief of Police Home, single-handed, single-handed, single-handed, driving his own car. 1e Chief Anally overtook the rented car at Tenth and Burlington streets, bat the nve men jumped from the machine machine and scattered over back-yard back-yard back-yard fences, eluding the Chief. The race began at Western avenue avenue and Wilshire boulevard, when Chief Home, who was driving to Central Police Station, saw the other car pass him. going cast on the boulevard at high speed. The Chief started in pursuit and at Tenth and Burlington streets crowded the rented rented car to the curb, smashing Its left rear fonder. . . The car was rented from I' Wll-nlte, Wll-nlte, Wll-nlte, who has an auto livery at 82$ South Spring street, by a man who gave the name of Harold Morton and his address as 4337 South Grand avenue. Detectives Combes and Magnesa, who investigated, reported that there is no house in that block on Grand avenue.

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  1. The Los Angeles Times,
  2. 18 Feb 1920, Wed,
  3. Page 23

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