Rape suspect leads officers on 100-mile chase
Spike strips halted Bryan Tangas, 23, who evaded police and California Highway Patrol for 100 miles
By Sarah Burge
The Press Enterprise
MURRIETA, Calif. — A man suspected of raping a woman early Friday morning at a home in French Valley led officers on a 100-mile chase from Temecula to Barstow before he was arrested, authorities said.
Bryan Tangas, 23, was arrested on suspicion of forcible rape and felony evading, Riverside County sheriff's officials said.
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