Woman Accused Of Leading Police On Chase Through Several SoCal Cities In Custody

ORANGE (CBSLA.com) — A woman is in custody Sunday morning after authorities say she led police on a chase through Orange County.

The incident unfolded after police say they tried to stop the woman on a suspected DUI charge just before 11 p.m. Saturday.

But, they say, rather than stopping, officers chased the vehicle through several cities.

Eventually, officers deployed spike strips, which slowed the vehicle down but did not stop the driver.

The chase finally ended on Tustin Avenue in Orange.

The woman was taken into custody on suspicion of driving under the influence, and evading police.

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  1. GROWAPAIR says:

    All you got to do is vote for Hillary and Garcetti. They support us blacks and the LGBT community

    1. Alex DeLarge says:

      You want to know another thing about Transgender people. Well, you pu$sies think you need so much protection from me when I already get paid more licking buttlips than what most of you’ll ever see with or without these people. Jail is punishment, but constitutionally it can’t be “cruel or unusual,” so every time you brain dead pu$sies give in and vote for more tough on crime laws check from where the “ferry dust” is coming. Transgender is not sexual deviance, know your terms, dumba-$ses.
      I’m MIKE, the Original Internet PU$SY BlTCH, and I approve this message.

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