Woman convicted in car chaseA town of Hudson woman who led law officers on a car chase from Hudson into Minnesota last fall will serve a lengthy probation for her crime.
A town of Hudson woman who led law officers on a car chase from Hudson into Minnesota last fall will serve a lengthy probation for her crime.
Sarah M. Sheb, 26, 757 Kinney Rd., Hudson, was convicted of felony reckless endangerment Feb. 27. She was sentenced to probation for five years, fined $375 and ordered to pay restitution. A nine-month jail sentenced was stayed.
A felony count of attempting to flee a traffic officer was dismissed.
The criminal complaint said on Sept. 20, a sheriff’s deputy attempted to make a traffic stop on Sheb in a 1999 Dodge Durango for speeding down Stageline Rd. Sheb continued on to I-94 and headed west in Minnesota at speeds of 90 to 120 mph.
The Durango collided with the deputy’s, car , disabled it, and hit several others before Minnesota officers were able to conduct a maneuver to stop the vehicle.
A disorderly conduct charge stemming from a domestic incident July 31 in the town of Hudson was dismissed.