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Drunk woman steals, wrecks police cruiser; dog bites teen and other general mayhem

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By The Staff

A Crossville woman wrecked a stolen Cumberland County patrol car in Roane County on Sunday, according to the Tennessee Highway Patrol.

Troopers charged Michelle Lee Owens, 25, with DUI, driving on a revoked license, felony evading and reckless endangerment.

The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office will have charges against Owens as well.

A state trooper started pursuing the stolen patrol car on Intestate 40 in Cumberland County.

The pursuit ended at the 360 mile marker in Roane County when the vehicle hit a cable barrier.


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