The report continues Berry allegedly sped up, passing the entrance to the Foothill (210) Freeway and driving in all lanes of the twisty mountain street at high speeds, maxing out at 110 miles per hour. The report states he barely missed crashing into the mountainside a minimum of five times.
During the chase, Berry allegedly threw a dark bag out of the car window, which sparked when it hit the pavement, police records state.
The high-speed chase ended when Berry allegedly lost control of the Mustang, causing a collision. He got out and ran on foot, chased by two officers until he scaled a chain link fence and entered a garage in the 8500 block of La Tuna Canyon.
Glendale officers set up a perimeter, with some checking nearby houses for the suspect while others searched for the bag. Officers reported the bag found to contain two loaded handguns and methamphetamine. In the Mustang, which was not registered to Berry, officers found a briefcase containing credit cards issued to different people, the report states.
One of the names on the credit cards was the resident of a house in the 3900 block of Cloud Avenue in La Crescenta. According to other police documents, a city employee had found the door to the residence wide open and had contacted police when nobody responded to a call into the hallway. The resident had stated $2,000 and several credit cards had been stolen from a wallet kept in the bedroom.
Also allegedly in Berry's possession was jewelry that had been reported stolen, and found on a shelf in a garage in the 8500 block of La Tuna Canyon was a tan wallet containing blank checks, credit cards and a fraudulent California driver's license, all linked to Berry.
The Tujunga man allegedly was found in a bush in the rear of a house in the 8400 block of La Tuna Canyon Road. He was arrested on suspicion of evading police officers. He is being held in the Inmate Reception Center on no bail. He was arraigned in Glendale Municipal Court Jan. 14.