4 Bay Area men arrested in Vacaville after chase, part of multiple car burglaries

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Four Bay Area men were arrested in Vacaville Tuesday after allegedly leading police on a chase during a serial burglary investigation, according to the Vacaville Police Department.

Police say Fairfield officers were chasing a truck with four men, all in their 20s from San Francisco, San Pablo and Antioch, they accuse of being involved in multiple car burglaries in the city. The truck drove the wrong way on Interstate 80, causing Fairfield police to stop chasing around 1:30 p.m.

At that time, California Highway Patrol's Air Operations helicopter was tracking where the truck drove and led police to the suspects.

Video shows the truck plow through cars at a stop light before crashing into a curb and stopping near Elmira Road and Aegean Way.

All four men got out of the car and began running, allegedly throwing guns on the ground, but were all arrested shortly after, according to police.

Police say they found two loaded, unregistered guns in parking lots nearby and two more in the truck with magazines ranging from 11 to 33 bullets each.

Police say three of the men had "active probation terms, one had a prior arrest for Assault with a Deadly Weapon on a Peace Officer, and two others had prior arrests for homicide."

Each suspect was booked into the Solano County Jail.

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