SACRAMENTO COUNTY, Calif. — Update 5:41 p.m.
The Sacramento Sheriff's Office has released the name of the suspect involved in the slow-moving RV chase.
Timothy Cummings, 32, is in custody, according to a tweet from the sheriff's office.
Sacramento County Sheriff's deputies were in pursuit of an RV towing another
RV which ended before 8 a.m near the intersection of Gerber Road and Bradshaw Road
Tess Deterding, the spokesperson for Sacramento County Sheriff's Office, said the pursuit began near the intersection of 42nd Avenue and Martin Luther King Boulevard and lasted for roughly an hour.
The chase ended in Vineyard after deputies deployed spike strips; however, deputies said the chase was a slow-moving chase and didn't go much faster than 10 miles per hour.
Deterding said law enforcement approached the vehicle in response to a suspicious vehicle report. She said upon law enforcement's approach the driver took off with a passenger.
Both the driver and passenger are in custody.
Editor's Note: ABC10 will update this story as more information becomes available.
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