In the early hours of the morning, when most of the town was still asleep, cops in Oregon were hot on the trail of a suspect who was running away. With their emotions pumping and their sirens blaring, police followed the suspect through the city’s winding streets and narrow alleyways.
The chase ended in a dramatic takedown and arrest. Residents were shocked and on edge as they watched the scene play out in the dark. In the end, though, justice won because the suspect was found and imprisoned.
Oregon Police Chase Down a Woman in a Dramatic Saturday Morning Arrest
A 40-year-old Madison woman was arr*sted early Saturday(22 April) morning after leading police on a brief car pursuit through Oregon.
When police in Oregon pulled her over just after midnight for allegedly having a broken tail light and failing to show a license plate, the lady reportedly gave them incorrect information about who she was, according to a Channel3000 report.
She sped off as the officer returned to his car, running the stop sign at the corner of North Burr Oak Avenue and Jefferson Street, and was eventually apprehended by police in the 100 block of Walnut Street.
Police found a white powdery substance and d*ug paraphernalia in her car, according to the report.
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The lady is suspected of escaping law enforcement and is wanted for evading two felonies and one misdemeanor bond as well as for obstruction and possession of d*ug paraphernalia. An individual who was a passenger in the suspect car and bolted from it is still wanted by police.
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