CENTERVILLE — Two men in a stolen vehicle led police on a late-night chase that ended in the front yard of a Bountiful home.

At about 10:30 p.m. Monday, a woman noticed two men trying to break into her vehicle outside the Centerville Lone Star restaurant, where she works, said Centerville Police Lt. Paul Child.

When they realized they had been seen, the men fled the scene in another stolen SUV, almost hitting the woman and a co-worker, Child said.

After the woman called police, an officer spotted the vehicle getting onto northbound I-15.

The police officer tried to stop the vehicle when it left the freeway and turned onto the frontage road between Farmington and Centerville, but instead the vehicle sped up, Child said.

As officers pursued the vehicle, the chase reached speeds of about 100 mph until tire spikes flattened two tires on the SUV.

The pursuit continued into a residential neighborhood in Bountiful, where the two men jumped from the moving SUV before it came to a stop in the front yard of a home, Child said.

Police arrested the passenger, Salt Lake City resident Glen House, 19, but were unable to find or identify the driver.

House sustained minor injuries during the foot pursuit and he was taken to Lakeview Hospital before being booked into the Davis County Jail for investigation of vehicle burglary, criminal trespassing, receiving or transferring a stolen vehicle, interfering with an arresting officer, criminal mischief and theft.

Child said the SUV, a Cadillac Escalade, was stolen from a North Salt Lake dealership and had Colorado license plates belonging to a Kia.

— Josh Smith

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