A girl is behind bars after she allegedly stole an ambulance and led police on a high-speed chase round Stockton, Calif., on Monday night.
After St. Joseph’s Hospital reported the automobile stolen, Stockton police noticed it about three miles away and tried to tug it over, however the driver fled.
Officers stated Natasha Scott, 34, then drove to I-5 and headed north out of city at speeds in extra of 90 mph.
After travelling about 10 miles, Scott made a U-turn onto the southbound aspect of the freeway, the place police intercepted the automobile and used a spike strip to blow out its tires. She then pulled onto the median and was arrested with out incident.
Police haven’t instructed a attainable motive for the theft.
The French Camp, Calif., resident is going through seven fees stemming from the incident, together with possession of a stolen automobile and driving on a suspended license, and in addition has excellent warrants for battery and possession of a managed substance. She is being held in San Juaquin County Jail with bail set at $150,750 forward of a courtroom listening to on Wednesday afternoon.