A teen was taken to UF Well being-The Villages Hospital Brownwood ER after crashing her mom’s automobile into a series hyperlink fence.
Ja’Keriya Shontay Thompson, 18, of Ocala, had been driving the Chevrolet passenger automobile shortly earlier than midnight Wednesday when a Wildwood police officer started following her car. She “started accelerating at a excessive charge of velocity” northbound on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, based on an arrest report from the Wildwood Police Division. The officer discontinued the pursuit, however quickly heard “a loud crash noise” and noticed the automobile he had been pursuing had crashed into a series hyperlink fence within the 300 block of Terry Avenue. Two males ran from the car. A feminine was discovered within the again seat and a second feminine was discovered within the trunk. Thompson fled the scene, too.
Thompson’s mom arrived on the scene and referred to as her daughter, ordering her to return to the scene of the crash. When Thompson returned, she was transported by ambulance to the ER. She informed nurses she had been touring 40 to 45 miles per hour earlier than placing the fence.
As soon as she was medically cleared, Thompson was arrested on expenses of hit and run and fleeing to elude regulation enforcement. She was booked on the Sumter County Detention Middle and launched after posting $5,250 bond.