The suspects, two men and a woman estimated to be in their mid-20s, then attempted to flee through the cemetery on foot, but were quickly captured by officers, said Solorza. The civilian whose vehicle was struck, a male adult, was uninjured, though his car sustained significant damage, Solorza said. The suspects, whose names were not immediately available, were booked on suspicion of evading and other charges stemming from the original narcotics investigation, said Solorza. – Brian Day 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! WHITTIER – Three people were arrested following a pursuit Thursday in which the suspect car ended up crashing into a cemetery, officials said. Narcotics investigators tried to pull over a late-model BMW about 3:50 p.m. at McDonald’s, 11755 Whittier Blvd., as part of an ongoing investigation when the vehicle fled, said Whittier police Sgt. Carlos Solorza. After using their own car to push a parked car out of the way, the suspects fled through a residential area near Norwalk and Beverly boulevards and then northbound on Workman Mill Road, said Solorza. The suspect car clipped another parked vehicle before losing control near Pioneer Boulevard, crashing into another car, and sliding through a chain-link fence onto the grounds of Rose Hills Memorial Park and Mortuary, said Solorza.