Police found fugitive after his live video on Instagram

Police found fugitive and arrested him in Woodland Hills, California after he was showing off various weapons on Instagram live.

Police found fugitive and arrested him in Woodland Hills, California after he was showing off various weapons on Instagram live.

A Texas most wanted fugitive, Christopher Ricardo Gonzalez, an 18-year-old wanted out of Dallas, was arrested Monday night about 2:00 a.m. near Serrania Avenue, according to abc7 news

Dallas Police contacted the Los Angeles Police after Gonzalez streamed a live video on Instagram, showing a shotgun and other various weapons, LAPD said.

Dallas authorities were able to provide GPS coordinates of the video signal, and LAPD undercover officers ultimately located the Texas fugitive vehicle, a black Chevrolet SUV.

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The suspect immediately took off in the SUV, and a chase ensued. The pursuit ended in a crash in the 4800 block of Serrania Avenue, where Gonzalez and a second suspect ran out of the SUV and hid in the area.

Gonzalez was found and arrested at about 2:00 a.m. and bit by K-9 officers. The second suspect was arrested about an hour later. The weapons that Gonzalez streamed in the Instagram video have not been found.