Women Say "Do Ya Job" to Police, Get Arrested in Greenfield
GREENFIELD, Ind.--They went to social media and taunted police by saying "Do ya job (expletive)" only to be arrested Monday.
That's what state police are saying about three women who were wanted on felony warrants out of Georgia and were arrested in Indiana.
They say one trooper spotted a white Nissan Sentra going too fast on I-70 in Hancock County. He tried to pull it over, but the driver refused to stop and a chase began.
It went in to Henry County and other police agencies assisted. The Nissan finally stopped on I-70 near the 120 mile marker.
The three women were taken into custody. When police searched the car, which was a rental, they uncovered stolen credit cards, checkbooks, Social Security cards and ID cards.
On January 23, the Covington Georgia Police Department issued a "Be on the Lookout (BOLO)" alert that included surveillance photos of each of the three women.
Their names and charges against them are as follows:
- Toni L. Huizar, 23, of Fort Myers, Florida; resisting law enforcement and possession of stolen property
- Amber L. Dunlap, 27, of Lehigh Acres, Florida; possession of stolen property
- Tiphanie D. Sager, 26, of Cape Coral, Florida; possession of stolen property
All three will be extradited back to Georgia.
(PHOTO: Indiana State Police)