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Vallejo officers arrested three people suspected of being armed with firearms over the weekend after they participated in a foot and car chase that ended at a school in the city.

On Sunday around 6:25 p.m., officers saw a white Mercedes-Benz driving north on Contra Costa Street. The vehicle ignored the stop sign at the corner of Contra Costa and Georgia Street, so officers attempted to pull it over, but the Mercedes did not stop and sped away, prompting a chase, according to police.

The driver of the vehicle stopped in the 1300 block of Amador Street, where officers stopped him for a crime. However, the driver fled the scene, sparking a second chase.

The pursuit ended at a dead end in the 1300 block of Colusa Street, where the driver and his three passengers exited the vehicle and fled on foot. Officers said they saw two of the suspects with firearms as they fled. They jumped the fence of John Finney High School and discarded the weapons, which were later found at the scene.

Vallejo police said a perimeter was set up around the school with assistance from the Napa County Sheriff’s Office, American Canyon Police Department, California Highway Patrol and Solano County Sheriff’s Office.

Officers eventually arrested all four suspects. Police said a check of records revealed the driver was a 17-year-old juvenile.

All of the passengers, a 19-year-old from Vallejo, a 21-year-old from Vallejo and an 18-year-old from Vallejo, had previously been convicted of a serious crime.

Police said there was a $100,000 arrest warrant against the 19-year-old for assault.

The officers then searched the suspects’ vehicle and seized two more firearms.

The three adult suspects were booked into the Solano County Jail while the minor’s parents were notified of his status. The juvenile was then booked into the Solano County Juvenile Detention Center, according to police.