Phoenix police had their hands full early Sunday morning when a suspected drunk driver led them on a chase through five Valley cities.
Authorities said the incident started around 2 a.m. when officers attempted to stop Mario Felipe Olivarria near 27th Avenue and Greenway.
Olivarria refused to pull over and led police on a chase though Phoenix, Mesa, Tempe, Scottsdale, and the Gila River Indian Reservation.
During the chase, Olivarria was also able rob beer from a convenience store.
It took nearly two hours before Olivarria finally surrendered at Tatum and Mayo Boulevards.
There is no word at this time what charges Olivarria is facing.
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