COTTONWOOD, Ariz. (AP) — A 74-year-old New York lady who allegedly was driving erratically on a revoked driver’s license has been arrested following a pursuit by three northern Arizona cities and cities, authorities stated.
Sedona police stated they obtained quite a few calls in regards to the driver Saturday and unsuccessfully tried a visitors cease.
Officers adopted the lady for a number of miles till she left the Sedona metropolis limits. They then known as Cottonwood police for help.
Authorities stated the driving force ran a purple gentle, virtually struck a number of autos and drove the fallacious manner on State Route 89A earlier than crossing into Clarkdale the place that city’s police picked up the chase.
Police used cease sticks to deflate two tires, however the driver tried to get away by backing right into a Clarkdale police car earlier than being arrested.
Cottonwood police stated Laura Duffy has been booked into the Yavapai County jail on suspicion of felony flight, aggravated assault on regulation enforcement, endangerment, prison injury, resisting arrest and a number of other prison visitors violations.
They stated Duffy was stopped June 30 in Flagstaff by Arizona Division of Public Security troopers for obstruction of public thoroughfare and driving the fallacious manner on Interstate 40.
It was unclear Sunday if Duffy has a lawyer but. Her hometown in New York wasn’t instantly obtainable.
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