A man sought by Glendora Police is finally behind bars Tuesday after having evaded officers during two reckless pursuits recently, but not before he fled them again on foot.
Glenn Fasick, 32, from Glendora, was arrested August 25 after officers discovered he was at his home in the 400 block of East Haltern Avenue before 11 a.m. Fasick fled police on foot when officers and detectives attempted to arrest him, but was caught not too far away in the 600 block of South Marion Place.
Fasick’s run from Glendora officers began August 14 around 3 a.m. Police were called to check on Fasick who was passed out in his Ford F-150 in the 900 block of West Bonita Avenue. When officers learned he had a warrant out for his arrest, Fasick sped away and lead officers on a high speed pursuit, said Lt. Matt Williams of Glendora Police.
Fasick escaped officers somewhere along Grand Avenue. Police eventually found Fasick in his neighborhood around 4 a.m. that same morning. Police attempted to stop Fasick, but he led police on a second pursuit at speeds of around 80 miles per hour on surface streets.
Fasick drove recklessly onto the westbound Interstate 210 freeway into Monrovia and back eastbound, eventually moving to the southbound 605 freeway. Officers decided to terminate the pursuit due to Fasick speeding at over 100 miles per hour, Williams said.
Fasick was arrested near some apartment complexes on South Marion Place without incident.
Fasick was booked on suspicion of felony evading and was additionally booked on a warrant for assault with a deadly weapon and domestic battery, both unrelated to the pursuit, Williams said.
Fasick is being held in lieu of $75,000 bail in the Glendora jail. County booking records were not yet available.