Woman engages in ‘Fast and Furious’ drive through golf course after being chased by cops. DUI and assault charges were filed against the motorist who drove through Grand Harbor golf course after a pursuit in Vero Beach.
Jodie Ann Harvey, 60, managed to get away from deputies by breaking through a gate Tuesday afternoon. The incident was recorded on police dashcam video and uploaded on YouTube.
The incident began just after 1 p.m. in the Waterford Lakes neighborhood. Harvey refused to stop when the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office tried to pull her over, resulting in a “Fast and Furious” chase.
Harvey drove through the Grand Harbor gate and onto the golf course. After authorities boxed her vehicle in, she was transported to a hospital for medical clearance and then arrested.
Harvey’s car, as well as two sheriff’s office vehicles were damaged, according to the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office.
She faces charges of aggravated assault with a dangerous weapon, DUI, two felony counts of criminal mischief, aggravated running to evade and aggravated attack on a cop or EMT.
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