BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - The two children who were rescued from an RV after an hours-long chase ended in Kern County have been reunited with their mother.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Office posted pictures on Twitter at about 2 a.m. Wednesday, showing the children with their mom at an office. LACSO says both children were unharmed following Tuesday's pursuit.
That chase began in Los Angeles County Tuesday afternoon and made its way into Kern County.
Police chased a domestic violence suspect, identified as Stephen Houk over various freeways through Los Angeles. Houk, a registered sex-offender from Oregon, ended up northbound on Interstate 5, heading toward Kern County. Fort Tejon CHP assisted with the chase.
The pursuit reached Kern County around 4 p.m. and traveled all the way up to Merced along NB 99 where Houk then turned around and started heading back Southbound 99.
Houk then made his way along to westbound Truxtun Avenue.