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Arizona man stops at In-N-Out drive-thru during police chase

By Daniel Uria
A man in Arizona stopped at an In-N-Out drive-thru in the middle of a low speed police chase. The driver appeared to order food and pick it up from the window before driving to a nearby home where he surrendered to police. 
 Screen capture/NBC News/AOL
A man in Arizona stopped at an In-N-Out drive-thru in the middle of a low speed police chase. The driver appeared to order food and pick it up from the window before driving to a nearby home where he surrendered to police. Screen capture/NBC News/AOL

PHOENIX, Oct. 27 (UPI) -- A driver in Arizona stopped at the drive-thru of a fast food restaurant during a low-speed police chase on Wednesday night.

Phoenix police pursued a suspect as he stopped at an In-N-Out Burger location and appeared to order food, according to KSAZ.

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The driver, Josh Adkins, had an outstanding warrant and did not stop for officers as they pursued his white pick-up truck beginning at 10:30 p.m., police told KPNX.

Adkins pulled through the drive-thru and spent several minutes ordering before driving out and exiting the parking lot without being stopped by police.

He then drove to a nearby neighborhood and walked into the backyard where he surrendered to officers.

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