US (CA): Vehicle chase causes $1,000 in damage in tomato crop

A vehicle chase in California last week ended with $1,000 in tomato crop damage, multiple injuries and several charges for a 47-year-old transient, according to the Monterey County Sheriff’s Office.

Sheriff’s deputies contacted a women near Las Lomas Market regarding a fraudulent check she reportedly passed at a business. Rather than stop, the women fled in a gray suburban. She twice crashed her vehicle — once into another driver, causing injuries to both, and next into a tomato crop — before she took off on foot. A bystander detained the fleeing the women until sheriff’s deputies caught up.


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