The driver and passenger from Friday's 90-mph police chase through Orange County were in custody Monday after the subsequent wreck sent them to the hospital.
The driver, Ricardo Perez, a 28-year-old Anaheim resident, was on parole when Anaheim police tried to pull him over in an allegedly stolen truck, said Officer Chris Goodwin of the California Highway Patrol.
The CHP conducted the accident investigation after Perez lost control of his vehicle on the I-5 south at the Estrella junction and flipped multiple times, injuring himself, his suspected accomplice who was in the pickup with him and another motorist.
The investigation closed the freeway for eight hours on the Friday after Thanksgiving, resulting in miles of traffic delays.
Perez's passenger, Andrea Shanelle Brandon, 18, was also arrested. Both are expected to face charges of auto theft, possession of stolen property and felony evasion, said Sgt. Bob Dunn of the Anaheim Police Department.
According to jail records, Brandon is locked up in Central Women's Jail while Perez is locked up in Anaheim. Brandon's bail is set at $20,000, but being a parolee, Perez will remain behind bars, Dunn said.