Two arrested after western suburbs pursuit, SA

A woman and man have been arrested following a western suburbs pursuit overnight, according to SA Police.

About 11.15pm Sunday 3 July police attempted to stop a grey Holden Sedan after it was seen leaving a hotel on Tapleys Hill Road at Seaton.

The driver refused to stop and was pursued for a short time through the back streets of Seaton before police terminated the pursuit due to safety reasons.

The car was spotted again at Findon after it collided with traffic lights on the corner of Tapleys Hill Road and Trimmer Parade and it eventually stopped at Flinders Park after it collided with a stobie pole on Barker Avenue.

The female driver and male passenger were arrested at the scene.

Police conducted a search of the car and allegedly located cash and drug paraphernalia.

A 23-year-old woman from Flinders Park was charged with engaging in a police pursuit, drive in a manner dangerous, drive unlicenced, state false details, resist arrest and property damage.

A 37-year-old man from Park Holme was charged with resisting and hindering police.

They will be appearing in the Port Adelaide Magistrates Court today.

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