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SAN DIEGO -- No guns or explosives were found in the truck of a man shot to death by a San Diego police officer after a high-speed pursuit from San Diego to Escondido, officials said Monday.
The pursuit began when the driver refused to pull over for a traffic stop for an expired registration Sunday morning, officials said.
Instead, the truck raced north on Interstate 15. The pursuit ended 25 miles later, just inside the Escondido city limits when the truck was disabled by a spike strip.
[Updated, 6:51 p.m. Jan. 27: No weapons were found in the cab, but knives were found in the truck bed, Griffin said.]