Muncie, IN - An Indiana woman suspected of DUI was taken back into custody after police say she fled a police station and ran to her home almost three miles away.
According to a probable cause affidavit, Brandy Star Williams, 31, was arrested early Friday after police officers saw her vehicle hit a curb and exceed the speed limit. She was stopped and a portable breath test measured Williams’ BAC to be 0.188 percent.
Williams was taken to a police station to undergo an official breath test. According to police, while seated*and waiting – in handcuffs – next to Muncie police officer Michael Rehfus, Williams “stood up and she bolted out the door.” Rehfus’ report said Williams then “jumped over a railing and fled on foot.” *Rehfus and other officers chased Williams on foot, but reportedly lost her about two-tenths of a mile away. *Wow. *Two-tenths…
“Officers in pursuit.*[pant]* Suspect*now*two-tenths of a*mile northeast?!?*[pant]* She’s a*freakin’*MACHINE!!! [pant]”
Williams would be located a short time later at her home – nearly three miles from the police station from which she had ‘hurriedly departed.’ *She was taken back into custody.
Williams is preliminarily charged with escape from detention, theft, resisting law enforcement, reckless driving and driving while intoxicated.…
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