Woman arrested after high-speed chase through Marysville

MARYSVILLE, Wash. — A woman was arrested after a high-speed chase through Marysville on Sunday, police said.

A Washington state trooper found a 27-year-old woman from Sedro-Wooley driving 110 mph on the highway Sunday morning. The trooper attempted to stop the car and began pursuing the driver when she didn't stop.

The car went into an apartment complex where the trooper stopped pursuing due to safety issues. A little later, another trooper saw the woman driving erratically again at the I-5 ramp at 88th Street, police said.

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The trooper attempted to stop her again, initiating a second pursuit. Officers with the Marysville Police Department joined.

The woman ended up stopped near a trailer park near 116th Street and I-5 when she got out of the car and hid behind a shed. She was then taken into custody.

The woman fled from state patrol because she either doesn't have a driver's license or it is suspended, police said.