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Woman in Stolen Truck Flees Mich. Police, Crashes, Goes into Labor

January 20, 2014  | 

A Michigan woman who was arrested with three others after crashing a stolen truck went into labor as soon as she was cuffed, police said.

The drama started when two men and two women boosted a Dodge pick-up in Dearborn Heights just outside Detroit on Saturday, ClickonDetroit reported. Police soon spotted the truck and gave chase.

Three of the four suspects ran off, but cops managed to arrest them all, the New York Daily News reports. However, police were stunned when one of the women — who they noticed appeared to be pregnant — suddenly went into labor.


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S.S. @ 1/21/2014 8:08 AM

Wow!!! That's nice. Pregnant and still committing felonies. Did she name the boy or girl lenny?

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