High-speed chase suspects share kiss, emotional embrace before surrendering to police

Joann Johnston
January 13, 2018

A man and a woman who led the police on a high speed chase in Arizona were seen embracing and kissing moments before getting arrested.

They were later seen standing together.

The chase comes to an abrupt halt soon after the driver smashes through two fences in a desert-like area of Arizona and inadvertently drives into a ditch.

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The pursuit began after the driver refused to stop for police. But love wins out in the end-after about 100 yards, the couple wandered back toward each other and embraced, hugging and kissing to the light of a million lumens as officers swarmed the scene and arrested them both.

Dustin Perkins, 35, and Lovida Flores, 29, are charged with unlawful flight, reckless driving, aggressive driving, criminal damage, and stolen vehicle, according to the Pinal County Sheriff's Office.

Perkins is reported to have suffered a broken hand in the crash while Flores is in "serious condition".

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