A Havre woman is jailed after she led police on a high-speed chase Friday afternoon.
Officers were called to a car chase after a woman from the passenger seat of the fleeing vehicle called them.
At 4:29 p.m. Friday, the woman told officers that the driver of the vehicle she was in was driving at excessive speeds and recklessly.
“The female advised the 911 operator that she believed that the driver was attempting to kill herself or somebody else,” a press release from the Havre Police Department reads.
Officers found the vehicle, driven by Dakota Rose Greshock, 19, at the 500 Block of 16th Avenue West and began the chase. The Havre Police Department, Hill County Sheriff’s Office, Montana Highway Patrol and Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks were all involved with the pursuit, the press release reads.
The chase went through the city limits of Havre and ended in the Gary & Leo’s Fresh Foods parking lot at 4:56 p.m., without injury and peacefully.
Greshock is being held at the Hill County Detention Center without bond on a charge of criminal endangerment.
The other charges pending are assault on a peace officer, possession of drug paraphernalia, reckless driving and fleeing or eluding a peace officer, police said.