(photo courtesy of @thegoodmans)
Future crazy ex-girlfriend to the world’s maladjusted men Shelby Figueroa sent Colorado Sheriffs on a wild chase – after being handcuffed.
About 10 am on Sunday, 18-year old Figueroa was pulled over, apparently deemed to be driving under the influence, and had become uncooperative, going so far as to hit the arresting deputy’s SUV.
Once brought out of her own vehicle, handcuffed, and placed in the back seat of the deputy’s SUV, Figueroa subsequently began the best resume for a future stunt performer: She somehow managed to get out of her cuffs, out of the backseat cage and into the driver’s seat of the SUV.
And then she took off.
With both the lights and sirens on – hey, if you can, make ‘er sing – she led deputies on a 100 mph chase for over 25 miles going west on I-70, evading multiple attempts by deputies to force her off the road as well as road spikes that could only puncture one of her tires – but still didn’t stop her.
Also, doing some quick math here – 25 miles at 100 mph. She kept them going for a full 15 minutes.
When ramming maneuvers eventually got her, the SUV rolled, leaving the teenager injured but still physically okay. She is most obviously going to jail once the hospital deems it so.
But stay tuned for an interesting plea agreement, brought to you by the makers of The Fast And The Furious. She’s got promise, moxie, and a vague drug problem. What part of that doesn’t scream Hollywood to you?
Answer Me This, Friends And Reading Public:
How liable should the parents be for this wild child’s actions?