Police Chase David Archer after Multiple Crashes in Spring Valley
Spring Valley, CA (April 2, 2021) – Friday evening, 56-year-old David Archer was arrested for intentionally ramming his pickup into multiples vehicles.
Authorities received a call before 10 p.m. Thursday from a woman reporting a driver had deliberately crashed into a Toyota Prius at Calle Verde and Fury Lane in unincorporated La Mesa.
Moreover, the witness said she saw the motorist crash his pickup into the Prius two additional times. The witness then attempted to drive away, but the driver followed her and intentionally struck the back of her vehicle as well.
Archer then fled from that scene, then hit a sedan multiple times in a Starbucks parking lot on Jamacha Road. Ultimately, he allegedly hit two additional vehicles nearby before fleeing once again.
Furthermore, Archer allegedly slammed again into the back of a vehicle heading east in the 8000 block of Jamacha Road, causing him to lose control of his pickup and sideswipe two parked vehicles before coming to a rest.
The victims of this incident sustained minor injuries and were treated at the scene or at the local hospitals.
No further details about the victims, or motive for the crashes, were immediately reported.
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