A woman was arrested late Tuesday night in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, after allegedly leading police on a chase that went through several towns.
The chase began in Farmington about 10:27, state police said. That's when a state trooper attempted to stop the Honda Civic for speeding and a registration violation.
The driver didn't pull over, leading the trooper down Route 153 through Farmington, Milton and Middleton. After swerving across lanes and driving unsafely, the car crashed into a snowbank in Wolfeboro, police said.
The driver, identified as 33-year-old Adriana Dion of Dover, New Hampshire, got out of the car but didn't comply with instructions, police said. She was ultimately arrested.
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Dion now faces multiple charges, including felony counts of reckless conduct and criminal mischief as well as resisting arrest. She was released from jail and is due in court March 9; it wasn't immediately clear if she had an attorney who could speak to the charge.
State police asked anyone with information about the chase to contact the agency.