Knoxville, Tenn (The Weekly Vice) - Trishia Moody, a 26-year-old Tennessee woman was jailed Monday after she allegedly led deputies on high speed chase that spanned two counties without dropping the beer that was in her hand.
According to the Knox County Sheriff's Office, the chase began after a deputy saw Moody enter Ashville Highway via the exit ramp and drive north against the southbound lanes.
When the deputy activated his lights to pull Moody over, she ignored the deputy and punched the gas.
At some point in the chase, Moody slammed on her brakes, left the highway and attempted to flee down a side road. When she reached a dead end, she turned around and rammed her vehicle head-on into a deputy's patrol car as he attempted to box her in.
Moody then entered Andrew Johnson Highway and drove into Jefferson County. When a deputy pulled alongside her, she slammed into his patrol car, forcing it from the road.
A Jefferson County deputy who joined the chase performed a pit manuever on Moody's vehicle, bringing the chase to an end.
Deputies that approached the vehicle noticed that she had been holding a 16-ounce beer in her hand during the chase. She continued to hold the beer until deputies placed her into custody.
Moody was booked into jail and charged with aggravated assault, evading arrest, DUI, reckless endangerment and driving on a suspended license. Moody also had an outstanding warrant for her arrest.
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