Car chase comes to crashing halt, arrest in Mooresville: Police

MOORESVILLE, N.C. (QUEEN Metropolis News) – A woman was arrested just after a automobile chase in Mooresville Wednesday, according to the Mooresville Law enforcement Division.

Cheryl Richardson, 54, was billed with felony rushing to elude arrest, driving though impaired, resisting and delaying an officer, possession of cannabis, and was placed under a $50,000 secured bond for her actions all through the pursuit.


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Police say they gained an warn about 1:30 p.m. that a automobile touring in the Freeway 150 space in close proximity to I-77 was registered to a female preferred on exceptional warrants for various felony charges.

Officers situated the car and matched the vehicle’s driver to that of the wished feminine.

At this place, officers attempted a visitors prevent nonetheless, the driver (Richardson), drove off on to Freeway 150 and quickly Freeway 115 northbound, making an attempt to evade officers.

The chase experienced formally started and it neared the town limits of Troutman.

That is when Richardson pulled to the side of the highway, collided with an MPD patrol car or truck, and was taken into custody. There, she was formally confirmed as the person with many fantastic warrants.

In addition, Richardson was served with the remarkable warrants charging her with felony larceny, two counts of a misdemeanor, and acquired an supplemental $25,000 secured bond.