"It sure makes our job a lot easier," said Layton Sgt Jim Petre, speaking of Martinez turning himself in.
Police recovered the vehicle, which was owned by a man in West Point. Petre said the truck was slightly damaged.
The incident began when a couple parked in the Kmart parking lot. The man went into the store, leaving the woman behind.
Another man got behind the steering wheel and "basically told the female to get out," according to Layton Police Sgt. Mark Chatlin.
The woman reluctantly complied and the suspect drove out of the parking lot.
An attempt-to-locate bulletin was issued for police in Davis, Weber and Salt Lake counties.
Petre said a Centerville officer noticed the pickup southbound on I-15 and began pursuit. Farmington Police also participated in the chase.
The suspect exited the freeway at 500 South in West Bountiful and headed west to Redwood Road. The chase became too dangerous and police terminated it. At times the suspect was traveling 90 miles per hour.
Utah Highway Patrol troopers located the vehicle in the 1200 block (1900 West)of Morton Drive in Salt Lake City, but the suspect had left the scene.