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Barefoot Woman Runs From Police

Barefoot Woman Runs From Police



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(KSL News) It was some 30 degrees in Salt Lake overnight-- awfully cold to be running from the law, especially if you don't have shoes on. But that's what authorities think happened early this morning.

Barefoot Woman Runs From Police

A Salt Lake County Sheriff's deputy tried to pull a woman over last night for speeding. She refused to pull over, so he followed her until she reached a dead end. She pulled into a stranger's driveway, parked between two cars and started running.

Police looked inside the car and discovered a small amount of drugs, then realized she didn't take much with her, including her shoes.

Barefoot Woman Runs From Police

David Jenson, Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office: "We've located purse, clothing, money, shoes, and other various items."

If the purse inside belongs to her, police say they know this woman and she has outstanding warrants.

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