HIGH-SPEED CHASE THROUGH TWENTYNINE PALMS ENDS IN ARREST

HIGH-SPEED CHASE THROUGH TWENTYNINE PALMS ENDS IN ARREST

After a high-speed chase through neighborhoods, a traffic stop Wednesday afternoon resulted in the arrest of a Twentynine Palms woman for failure to yield and a felony warrant. About 4:45 yesterday, a deputy attempted to stop Tina Louise Maurer, 33, for broken tail lights near Mesquite Springs Road and Highway 62. According to Sheriff’s Sergeant Jason Radeleff, Maurer fled northbound on Mesquite Springs Road at a high rate of speed and blowing through stop signs. When Maurer attempted to make a left turn onto Old Chisholm Trail, she lost control of her car and crashed into a street sign. She attempted to flee on foot, but was pursued and caught by the deputy. Maurer is a fugitive who did not appear in court last month for a burglary charge and so has a $75,000 felony warrant out for her arrest. Tina Maurer was arrested on the warrant and also for investigation of felony failure to yield. She was booked into the Morongo Basin Jail with her bail set at $100,000.

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