Friday, December 4, 2020
Friday, December 4, 2020

Philly lady violates stay-home order, loots TVs from Delco Walmart and leads cops on wild chase

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A Philadelphia lady is at police headquarters after blatantly violating the stay-at-home order to steal several televisions from a Delaware County Walmart before leading multiple police departments on a wild multi-county chase, Your Content has learned.

Police in Delaware County were in pursuit of a vehicle after a woman stole several television from Walmart in the Eddystone Boro area, Your Content has learned. The woman, described as a black female, seen wearing traditional Muslim garbs, was driving a Chevy Impala before fleeing towards 95.



An Eddystone Boro Officer’s car was reportedly wrecked in the chase … but there were no reported injuries. The chase proceeded ended just before the double-decker bridge on I-95 Northbound at the on-ramp to get on the bridge.

The crazed driver struck a total of three cars, including the police car. No reported injuries.


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