UPDATE, 6:53 p.m.: The reported drunk driver who led on a chase into Duarte was identified as Michelle Masterman, 49, from Glendora. Masterman was booked on suspicion of felony evading and DUI.
Masterman entered a Glendora bar and was allegedly refused service because she was drunk, said Sergeant Scott Strong.
She went back to her vehicle and that's when officers witnessed her drive away and the chase began shortly thereafter.
Officers attempted to pin the suspect before she entered the 210 freeway. As she came to a stop, officers approached and broke one of her car windows to force her out, but she sped off, Strong said.
As the chase entered Duarte, Masterman encountered some traffic and authorities were able to box the driver in and terminate the pursuit, Strong said.
PREVIOUSLY: A reported drunk driver led police on a pursuit Wednesday afternoon into Duarte.
The chase began just before 5:30 p.m. after police were called to the area of Vista Bonita and Meda avenues on a reported DUI driver. An officer had been following the driver for a short distance before attempting to conduct a traffic stop. Once the officer activated his lights and sirens, the driver failed to yield, according to scanner reports.
The driver obeyed traffic laws briefly as the chase continued south through Glendora, although the driver reportedly ran a red light at one point.
Officers attempted to get the driver to stop by breaking one of the car's windows, but the driver continued and allegedly nearly hit an officer, according to scanner reports.
The chase continued west on the Interstate 210 freeway and reached speeds of up to 85 miles per hour.
Nearly causing a collision, the driver continued west with a California Highway Patrol officer leading the chase. The pursuit ended around 5:40 p.m. with the driver being taken into custody near Buena Vista Avenue in Duarte.
This story will continue to be updated as information becomes available.