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SEAL BEACH, Calif. (AP) — Authorities say a driver suspected of running into a bicyclist in Orange County and killing him has been arrested after a chase with police.
California Highway Patrol Officer Duane Graham said the driver of a 2002 Ford Expedition veered into a bicyclist in Anaheim shortly before 5:30 a.m. Sunday and fled.
Graham says police in Anaheim tried to pull the driver over for an unrelated traffic violation and he led them on a chase before crashing in the seaside city of Seal Beach.
Seal Beach police Sgt. Michael Henderson says an officer fired his gun after the driver simulated pointing a weapon at officers. Henderson says no one was hit, and the driver was arrested.
Authorities could not immediately identify the bicyclist or driver.
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