When the shoe-less woman told a
The TV show scene appeared in "COPS" season 32, episode 27, "You Got It Twisted," which first aired
"We've got an issue with some fictitious 60-day tags and I noticed one on a vehicle and I ran it," McKenna said. "And when I got a return on it, it came back to me as a stolen license plate."
The officer turned on his lights and sirens for a traffic stop, but the suspect vehicle made a U-turn in a yard. The tires on the SUV squealed as it sped away north on Hydraulic.
"The driver then gunned it and wasn't going to stop," McKenna said.
The vehicle ran past several stop signs, drove south into an alley, turned onto a street and almost crashed into a car.
The pursuit reached speeds of 50 mph with little traffic before the driver crashed into a house on
"I didn't do anything wrong," the driver claimed as she was handcuffed. "Please stop. Please. Officer, it wasn't me. I was in the passenger seat."
The officer told her that witnesses saw no one else run from the vehicle. She said the driver bailed from the vehicle before it hit the house.
"It's funny to me there's black flip flops laying on the floorboard of that car and you're not wearing any shoes," the officer said.
"I bet you they're not my size," she replied from the back of the patrol car.
"Well, we're not going to play Cinderella today," the cop said.
The woman also provided officers a fake name and birthday. Once officers determined her real identity, she admitted she was the driver and that she fled because she had a misdemeanor warrant. Her actions led to a felony arrest.
Wichita police case records and
Jordan was arrested on suspicion of felony flee and elude, interference with law enforcement, no proof of insurance, driving on a suspended or revoked license, duty of driver to report damaging an unattended vehicle, unsafe turning, four counts of disobeying a traffic control device, probation violation and two counts of felony theft. She was charged in
Jordan, now 23, pleaded guilty in December to felony flee elude and was sentenced in January by Judge
Jordan was arrested again in February after a supervision officer told a judge that she had violated the terms of her probation five times in a month, including twice admitting to the use of methamphetamine. A district court judge on
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