Perris pursuit ends in crash, suspect arrested

PERRIS (CNS) - A parolee accused of leading deputies on a dangerous high-speed pursuit in Perris before crashing into a fire hydrant remained jailed Sunday without bail. The pursuit began when deputies pulled over Gary House, 28, at about 2:55 p.m. Saturday in the 1300 block of Wilson Avenue, according to the Riverside County Sheriff's Department. Deputies attempted to conduct a parole search but House refused and allegedly drove off, sheriff's officials said. "During the vehicle pursuit, House swerved in and out of traffic, nearly causing several traffic collisions. House fled from deputies at a high rate of speed with wanton disregard for public safety," Sgt. Jose Ayala said. In the 500 block of Granite View Drive, about a mile away, House slammed into a fire hydrant, Ayala s
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