Alleged supermarket thief nabbed interstate
A woman driving a stolen vehicle across the country had to crash and escape an alleged supermarket thief, police in Washington said.
The driver of the silver Toyota Land Cruiser, named as 25-year-old Lillie Marie Gifford, had lost control and hit a truck on Interstate 10 in the town of DeKalb County and was fleeing from the scene.
She crashed and burst into flames on an interstate highway. Her two passengers were in the truck when it crashed i우리카지노nto the truck in front of the gas station where she was stopped for gas.
“The suspect’s stolen car was spotted by law enforcement officers in Delaware at the side of I-80 near the Georgia border at around 8:55 on Thursday afternoon,” the Cobb County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release.
Gifford was captured after about 30 minutes in the vehicle.
She had not be바카라사이트en charged with any crime and remains hospitalized, authorities said.
The investigation remains ongoing, but Cobb County State’s Attorney Andrew Murray announced Gifford had confessed to stealing a truck and drove her car to the hospital.
“That particular suspect has admitted to committing this, so to speak, to committing this in the case of Lillie Marie Gifford,” he told reporters on Thursday evening.
He added that Gifford was arrested without incident.
Deputies were canvassing the area along the interstate, and the case is now being transferred to the 바카라U.S. Marshals Service.
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