VIDEO: Titusville Woman Leads Police On 18-Mile Chase In Pasco County

By  //  July 30, 2016

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35-Year-Old Allison Cooper

ABOVE VIDEO: Pasco deputies have arrested Allison Brooke Cooper, 35, of Titusville, with multiple traffic violations, including fleeing to elude with reckless disregard, resisting with violence, aggravated assualt on a law enforcement officer, aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, and felony criminal mischief. (Paso County Sheriff’s Office Video)

PASCO COUNTY, FLORIDA – Pasco deputies have arrested Allison Brooke Cooper, 35, of Titusville, with multiple traffic violations, including fleeing to elude with reckless disregard, resisting with violence, aggravated assualt on a law enforcement officer, aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, and felony criminal mischief.

According to police, at around 11 p.m. Friday night, deputies of the District III STAR Unit attempted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the area of U.S. Highway 19 and Moog Road.

The vehicle fled the stop, and the driver’s actions showed signs of severe impairment. A vehicle pursuit ensued, and the driver continued northbound on U.S. 19.

The suspect eventually came to a halt near U.S. 19 and Main Street in New Port Richey.

Allison Cooper

Allison Cooper

Units attempted a felony traffic stop, however, as units approached the vehicle on foot the defendant backed up turning her wheel and driving directly into the path of deputies.

Cooper struck an unoccupied patrol car and continued northbound on U.S. 19 where she sideswiped another vehicle. Other units assisted and were able to successfully deploy stop sticks to deflate the vehicle’s front tire.

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After a total of 18 miles, the suspect turned down a dead end road at the entrance to PHSC’s Spring Hill Campus where the defendant stopped at a closed fence. The suspect refused to comply or respond to commands and forced entry to the vehicle was made via a window.

Cooper was taken into custody after a brief struggle that required the use of pepper spray and a Taser, according to a spokesperson of the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office.

She is currently in the Land O’ Laked Detention Center on a $27,000 total bond.

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