Woman leaves $50 at gas station and arrested after police chase

By Morgan Cox,

A deputy trying to do a good deed for a Florida woman resulted in a high speed chase after running her tags and finding that she was driving on a suspended license.

Christina Hines made a quick stop at a gas station in Casselberry, Florida, but accidentally left a $50 bill on the counter when she left the store. The cashier tried to stop her to give back her money, but Hines was already leaving the area.

A Seminole County police officer arrived at the time of this happening and offered to go after the 30 year old woman and give the $50 bill back to her himself.

The Orlando Sentinel reported that it was when the officer decided to check the tags on the woman's car prior to stopping her that he learned she was driving on a suspended license.

The deputy turned on his lights and sirens and Hines quickly sped away. According to Yahoo! News Hines ended up losing the police, but was finally arrested in a gated community where she was spotted by Casselberry Police.

WFTV noted that officers found heroin and drug paraphernalia in the woman's car.



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