A man suspected of domestic violence allegedly led Banning police on a high-speed pursuit Saturday from Highland Springs Avenue to North Cherry Street, police said in a statement.
The pursuit started about 1:30 p.m. Saturday when police tried to contact Rudolph Buddy Wesley, 45, of Banning, in the area of Highland Springs Avenue, where Banning borders Beaumont, police said.
Police said Wesley was a suspect in a domestic violence investigation.
Wesley fled in a vehicle, leading officers in a high-speed pursuit that began on Highland Springs Avenue, police said.
During the pursuit Wesley's vehicle collided into another vehicle, police said. There were no injuries, police said.
The pursuit ended at Wesley's residence in the 200 block of North Cherry, police said. The location the pursuit ended was in Banning, a police dispatcher said in a phone interview Sunday.
Wesley was booked at Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility in Banning on suspicion of felony domestic violence, felony evading and felony resisting arrest, police said. His bail Sunday was listed as $50,000, according to inmate records.