PETALUMA, Calif. - A McKinleyville woman, wanted out of Humboldt County for four outstanding felony warrants, was arrested Friday in Petaluma for possessing a stolen vehicle and felony evading, according to police.
On Nov. 10 at 3:45 p.m., Petaluma police said they were alerted to a stolen vehicle driven by 27-year-old Hannah Mouser, from McKinleyville. When officers tried to stop the Chevrolet Malibu, they said it fled eastbound on East Washington Street and entered Highway 101.
According to police, the vehicle was driving over 90 miles per hour, passed other vehicles on the shoulder and drove on the center median into oncoming traffic at Rowland Blvd. in Novato, where it collided with a vehicle going the opposite direction.
Mouser made no effort to stop, and the pursuit ended when police used intervention techniques, officers said.
Police said Mouser was arrested and they learned she also had four outstanding felony, no bail arrest warrants from Humboldt County. According to officials, Mouser was booked into the Sonoma County Jail.
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