A Texas woman is accused of ramming into a police car during a chase Wednesday, KTVT reported.
Trisha Boner, 29, was charged with evading arrest and aggravated assault, according to a news release from the Hurst Police Department.
Around 3:30 p.m., a Tarrant County deputy attempted to stop Boner’s vehicle for a traffic violation, The Dallas Morning News reported. A short chase followed, and the woman attempted to ram the deputy’s vehicle twice, North Richland Hills police officials said.
Boner then crashed into an AT&T retail store in Hurst, WFAA reported.
One North Richland Hills officer shot at Boner but missed, KTVT reported. Boner drove away but was later found at a Wells Fargo ATM drive-thru lane, WFAA reported. Police said Boner was allegedly skimming credit card information, the television station reported.
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