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Santa Rita Jail
Stalker Arrest Ends in Car Chase
Posted on: 02/26/2015
Earlier this week a Fremont woman was arrested after she had led officers on a chase on highway 12.
Police were called to a restaurant in Sebastapol after staff members reported that a woman was refusing to leave the bar area even after several requests to do so. The woman did not want to leave because she had been stalking a member of a band from inside of the bar.
The restaurant employees then had to use force to remove the bar. Soon after she left, police arrived to the scene while the suspect was attempting to flee. She was spotted in her car in a nearby parking lot when she was approached by officers. As they were attempting to talk to her she turned on her car and quickly drove in reverse to escape from the officers. During her speedy getaway she struck one of the officers and continued onto Highway 12.
After a pursuit across two cities the suspect stopped at a red light. The officers then approached her vehicle and asked to surrender. She continued to be uncooperative, so her driver side window was smashed and she was pulled out of the car.
The suspect was immediately placed in handcuffs and later identified as Morgan Greene, 48, of Fremont.
Greene was placed into jail with a bail set at $50,000. She is facing charges of evading, resisting and assault with a deadly weapon on a peace officer.
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