A Texas woman called a local news station in Houston during a high-speed chase, terrified that she was going to be shot by police officers as she screamed down the road at speeds in excess of 100 miles per hour.
37-year-old Jessica Latrese Chatman called ABC13, telling them that she was wanted on a felony warrant and was running because she feared for her life.
“She called and she said, ‘I’m the woman that police are chasing, your chopper is over me. I’m not going to stop. They tried to kill me in Montgomery County,'” ABC 13 Managing Editor Julie Griffin recalled. “I tried to explain to her that she needed to pull over so she didn’t hurt anyone else on the road.”
Acting like an ad-hoc dispatch operator, Griffin told Chatman to pull over and exit her vehicle with empty, raised hands.
The chase, which clocked out at speeds in excess of 100 MPH, came to an end as Chatman surrendered to a group of police officers -from multiple agencies- that surrounded her vehicle.
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