Dash cam video released of chase involving 18-year-old intoxicated driver
Posted: Nov 29, 2018 9:18 PM CDT
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The Sheriff's Office says she led deputies on a chase with speeds more than 100 mph.
Earlier this week, Marissa Lucero was going 71 mph in a 50 mph zone on I-43 near Walnut Street.
The deputy tried to stop the car but it fled, reaching speeds of 100 mph as it veered through traffic.
The car got off on Capitol Drive where it hit a curb but kept going.
The car continued and came to a stop on the median at 7th and Capitol.
Lucero got out of the car and ran but deputies were able to arrest her.
Two deputies received minor injuries during the chase.
A half-empty bottle of vodka was found on the front passenger floor.