Trinity County woman leads deputies on pursuit, booked on suspicion of vehicle theft

Trinity County woman leads deputies on pursuit, booked on suspicion of vehicle theft
BOOKING PHOTO: Trinity County Sheriff

A Trinity County woman is in custody on suspicion of vehicle theft and felony evading after reportedly leading deputies on a pursuit last weekend.

Around 3:45 PM on Saturday, February 29, a deputy on patrol near Hall Way in Weaverville noticed a suspicious vehicle and tried to conduct a stop. The driver fled, initiating a high-speed pursuit.

The pursuit came to an end near the intersection of Highway 299 and Little Browns Creek Road when the driver went up an embankment and collided wth a downed telephone pole.

The suspect, 30-year-old Ashlie Clark of Weaverville, has been booked on suspicion of vehicle theft and felony reckless evading.

Trinity County woman leads deputies on pursuit, booked on suspicion of vehicle theft was last modified: March 4th, 2020 by admin
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