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N.Y. Parolee Rams Cruisers, Triggers Frantic Pursuit

September 28, 2010  | 

A Long Island women being sought on a parole violation rammed several Suffolk County police cruisers, before leading officers on an 11-minute pursuit that ended with her arrest several towns away, the New York Daily News reports.

Officers had cornered Mary Quinn, 41, in a Long Island parking lot, before she rammed the cruisers late Monday afternoon.

When she was arrested in Ronkonkoma, Quinn was issued 18 traffic citations and will be charged with second-degree assault, injuring a police officer and resisting arrest.

Read the full story at NYDailyNews.com.

Tags: Pursuing Suspects, Parolees, Suffolk County PD, Assaults on Officers


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