A woman has been booked into jail in connection with last week’s pursuit that ended with a crash at a Carencro RV dealership.
Tina Marie Talbot, 32, was booked today with aggravated flight from an officer, reckless operation, possession of stolen things, resisting an officer, seven counts possession of fraudulent ID documents, fugitive warrant and a bench warrant.
Talbot is currently being held on at $35,000 bond.
Last week, Carencro Police said they pursued a stolen vehicle on Interstate 49 until it crashed at Primeaux RV.
Police Chief David Anderson said that a patrol officer was working northbound traffic on I-49 in Carencro when he was alerted to a stolen vehicle at around 6:30 p.m.
After a short pursuit, that vehicle crashed into a camper at Primeaux RV.
At the time, police weren’t able to identify her, because numerous possible fake ID’s were allegedly found on her person along with other stolen items.
She was transported to a local hospital with minor injuries. She was released from the hospital today, Anderson said.