Tennessee woman accused of stealing police car at car wash

A Tennessee woman allegedly stole a police vehicle after a skirmish at a car wash, officials said.

Jennifer Stewart, 31, allegedly had broken into a separate vehicle and got into a “physical altercation with the victim” at the car wash, the Nashville Police Department said in a news release.

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A police sergeant, hoping to separate the two, placed Stewart in the back of his car. However, when the officer went to speak to the apparent victim, police said Stewart “appear[ed] to crawl through the divider from the back seat into the front seat of the patrol car.”

Stewart then “drove off” in the vehicle, according to police.

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Law enforcement officials said they followed Stewart — and the police car ultimately came to a stop after she drove over spike strips.

Stewart was taken into custody and charged with burglary of a motor vehicle, evading arrest, vehicle theft, and vandalism. She was being held in lieu of $37,500 bond, police said.

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