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Update March 2, 8:05 am ET: After going door-to-door in a roughly 12-hour search, the suspect, Thomas Ueno, has been found and taken into custody, according to local reports.

He faces a number of felony charges after more details emerged yesterday that Ueno allegedly violated a restraining order from the female victim.

Read more, via ABC 7.


Update March 1, 4:33 pm ET: The suspect has been named as 35-year-old Thomas Ueno.

Polices say he is believed to be armed, according to local reports.


A tense standoff unfolded in Southern California last night after a man allegedly kidnapped his girlfriend and their two young children.

The case initially began as a potential domestic violence report.

Police in the Huntington Park area had asked a neighboring department to look out for the suspect’s car after a restraining order was allegedly violated, according to local media.

It soon escalated to a rampant, hours-long pursuit along the streets and freeways of Orange County.

 

 

The chase finally ended when the driver’s SUV battery gave out.

ABC 7 reports:

“For a few hours, the suspect remained in the vehicle with the woman and kids, occasionally stepping out to let the two boys, a 1-year-old and 5-year-old, urinate before getting back into the SUV.”

The man also held the 1-year-old boy “as a human shield” to keep police away, NBC 4 reported.

Hours later, the man fled the scene on foot.

As of Tuesday morning, he was still reportedly on the run.

Watch the dramatic standoff above, via Fox 11.


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