SHAWNEE COUNTY (KSNT) – A number of legislation enforcement officers, K9 models, and a drone had been used early Tuesday morning to trace down a driver that ran from police and at one level hit a deputy’s automobile.
Amanda J. Corona, 27, is in custody after fleeing from Shawnee County deputies that started close to S.E. twenty second Avenue and S.E. Ohio Avenue.
Simply after 1 a.m., a deputy tried to conduct a site visitors cease on a white 2008 Ford Fusion with an expired license plate that didn’t belong on that car.
Authorities mentioned the motive force wouldn’t cease for the deputy. In keeping with the Shawnee County Sheriff’s Workplace, Corona went northbound on S.E. Kentucky Avenue, her automobile spun round dealing with the deputy, hit the deputy’s patrol car.
Deputies mentioned Corona drove by a fence, struck a tree simply north of S.E. 18th Terrace and S.E. Indiana Avenue, deserted the car, and took off on foot.
The passenger within the automobile, a 42-year-old male cooperated with authorities and had was handled for minor accidents.
Corona was booked into the Shawnee County Division of Corrections for a felony probation
violation warrant and charged with fleeing or making an attempt to elude, interference with legislation
enforcement, aggravated battery on a legislation enforcement officer, aggravated battery on a
passenger, possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, leaving the scene
of an accident, expired car registration, tag not assigned, legal harm, no car legal responsibility
insurance coverage, reckless driving, failure to correctly sign a flip, and failure to cease at a cease signal.