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Suspect barricaded in Pacific Palisades home after crashing car, firing on police turns himself in

An armed pursuit suspect who barricaded himself inside a Pacific Palisades home early Monday has turned himself in, authorities said.

The man hid inside a Pacific Palisades home for several hours after leading police on a pursuit on Pacific Coast Highway around 1:45 a.m. The chase ended at Earlham Street and Radcliffe Avenue when the suspect crashed a stolen vehicle into a parked car, police said.

The suspect then fired shots at officers and fled the scene, eventually breaking into a home in the 400 block of North Lombard Avenue and barricading himself in the garage, according to police.

Police did not return fire, LAPD Officer Norma Eisenman said.

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The family inside the home -- including three adults and a baby, according to ABC 7 -- was evacuated by police.

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No injuries were reported.

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sarah.parvini@latimes.com

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