Man dies after apparently poisoning himself during police chase

Man dies after apparently poisoning himself during police chase

They found the vehicle on northbound Highway 101 and attempted to pull the auto over.

Officers told the station they believed the suspect possibly poisoned himself.

A Camarillo man under investigation in a Los Angeles-area rape case involving an underage victim led officers Wednesday on a chase that ended with his self-induced poisoning death on the 101 Freeway in Ventura, authorities said.

Los Angeles police contacted CHP Wednesday morning and asked the agency to follow the suspect in his Nissan Versa.

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He says it was determined the man had taken a mixture of salt and potassium cyanide. He then began to drift left, across all lanes of traffic, before crashing into the center divider, the news release said.

The suspect, who was being sought by the Los Angeles Police Department as a "possible rapist", was first spotted driving on the northbound 101 in Oxnard, according to CHP Officer Kevin Denharder. He was not identified.

Ninette Toosbuy, a sex crimes detective supervisor with the Los Angeles Police Department, told the Ventura County Star that Hanks had no criminal record before the sexual assault investigation, but there was physical evidence supporting a mother's claims that he had lured the girl to a Los Angeles motel via Snapchat and raped her on February 4.

Television news footage showed a Nissan Versa stopped against a barrier surrounded by fire and police vehicles, including an armoured SWAT truck. A firefighter wore a gas mask during an initial inspection of the suspect's vehicle. Authorities did not immediately provide details about the alleged rape.

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