High-Speed Chase Sends Female To Jail

Police car2The passenger in a vehicle involved in a Nov. 7th high-speed chase has been sentenced in Warren County General Sessions Court.
29 year old Tammy Crusinberry pled guilty to charges of evading arrest and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was ordered to serve 12 days of an 11 month 29 day sentence.
Crusinberry was the passenger in vehicle that led officers on a high-speed chase to the Viola area before coming to rest in a field. The car, driven by 24 year old Steffen Brady, ran a deputy’s car off the road, slightly injuring the officer. Crusinberry and Brady were both wanted by police. Brady for violation of parole and Cruisinberry for violation of probation. The pursuit began in McMinnville and included officers from Grundy and Coffee Counties. Brady and Cruisinberry fled on foot. Brady was caught quickly by deputies and Cruisinberry was captured by a TWRA officer.
Brady still faces numerous charges.