Vehicle pursuit ends in crash

Posted By | August 22, 2008 12:00 am

Law enforcement officers are still looking for the alleged suspect who led them on a high-speed vehicle pursuit Tuesday afternoon that, at times, exceeded 90-plus miles per hour ending in DeKalb County, followed by a foot chase.

 According to Deputy Chadra Daniels, of White County Sheriff Department, Audria Lee Ann Estes was being sought for two active warrants. Daniels spotted Estes at the intersection of West Bockman Way and Mayberry Street. Daniels attempted to initiate a traffic stop, but Estes reportedly headed west, on Highway 70, at a high rate of speed.
Estes crashed her purple, two-door Chevrolet Cavalier next to Hillcrest Restaurant and took off on foot into the wooded area. Officers from White, DeKalb and Putnam counties were involved in the search, including K-9 units from Cookeville Police and Tennessee Highway Patrol. However, Estes was not located.
Authorities are reviewing dash camera video to determine the extent of additional charges to be filed against Estes.

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