2 arrested after chase on Detroit's west side

DETROIT – Two people are in custody after a police pursuit which reached high speeds Wednesday morning on Interstate 96 in Detroit.

Police started chasing a white sedan at Greenfield Road and Grand River Avenue. It went into the city of Livonia, then back into Detroit. 

The suspect's vehicle exceeded 120 miles per hour. Michigan State Police and Livonia police were involved in the chase. 

"They attempted to stop the vehicle. The vehicle rammed one of our vehicles and took off, and that's when the chase started," said Cpt. Harold Rochon, of the Detroit Police Department. 

The driver jumped out of the white Dodge Charger near Pinehurst Street and Davison and ran. The passenger stayed put and was arrested by police. 

As for the driver, a ground search was conducted with a K-9 and officer with shotguns drawn. He eventually was found and arrested. Officers found him in a vacant house. 

Both men are expected to face multiple charges. They were wanted in connection to a drive-by shooting that happened Monday in Detroit.