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Video: Woman Charged with Stealing AZ Agency's Truck While Naked Says She "Felt Possessed"

January 10, 2017  | 

VIDEO: Woman Charged with Stealing AZ Agency's Truck While Naked Says She "Felt Possessed"

A woman accused of leading Phoenix-area police on a chase in a stolen Maricopa County Sheriff's Office truck while naked last week had her first jailhouse interview Monday morning.

Lisa Luna was booked over the weekend after being taken into custody Jan. 5.

In the interview, an emotional Luna accused another woman, who she identified as her cousin, of putting drugs in her food, 12 News reports.

"I felt like I was, I want to say, possessed, like I didn't have control," Luna said. "I didn't remember the whole ride until I had sobered up again."

"I remember feeling like my skin was burning, like I was on fire. I remember a lot of people not wanting me to leave. I was hearing things, it was a lot of things, but I don't know what exactly it was I was under the influence of."


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kevcopaz @ 1/10/2017 6:47 PM

Who cares why anyway, ;lock her up. Charge her with Felony theft, felony pursuit and forget about it. Intoxication is not a defense. She is obviously sane enough to know what she did was against the law and here in Az thats all we need to know.

Katarina Tkachova, Statem @ 1/14/2017 1:31 AM

She's lying when she says: "I felt like I was, I want to say, possessed, like I didn't have control." Her language depicts that this is what she WANTS TO SAY, not the truth. A truthful person doesn't phrase his statement this way.

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