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Carjacking leads to high speed chase on lower South Hill

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Spokane Police have arrested one person and detained another after a carjacking turned into a car chase on the lower South Hill. Police say the car was taken back on June 2 in Spokane Valley, but when officers approached the car in Spokane on Thursday night- the driver took off. The car chase reached speeds of up to 70 miles per hour and came to an end near Freya and 5th after officers used a pit maneuver. 

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