Henderson Woman Leads Deputies on 100+ MPH Chase

Published 05/28 2014 07:24AM

Updated 05/28 2014 07:27AM

A Henderson woman is arrested after deputies say she lead them on a chase, with speeds over 100 miles per hour.
A Henderson woman is arrested after deputies say she lead them on a chase, with speeds over 100 miles per hour./Henderson County Detention Center
    A Henderson woman is arrested after deputies say she lead them on a chase, with speeds over 100 miles per hour.
    Tabitha Ray is facing fleeing police charges after the Henderson Sheriff's Office attempted to stop her for speeding.
    Deputies say the chase started in the 6000 block of US 60 East and ended in the 10000 block.
    At one point, speeds reached 105 miles per hour.
    Ray was taken to the Henderson County Detention Center where she is being held without bond.

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