WYTHE COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) — A woman wanted for numerous charges in Wythe County was taken into custody Friday morning after she led a police chase in North Carolina while driving a stolen vehicle from Tennessee.
On Thursday, Oct. 15, police in Wytheville announced they were searching for Alexus Cheyenne Stanton Grubb, who was wanted for the following charges:
- Five counts of obtaining money or goods by false pretenses
- Unauthorized use of a vehicle
- Credit card larceny
- Credit card fraud
- Driving on a suspended license
However, after Grubb left the Wytheville area on Thursday, the department says she was spotted in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, in the early morning hours on Friday, Oct. 16.
According to police, Grubb was driving a vehicle that was stolen from Tennessee, but when North Carolina authorities tried to stop the vehicle, a pursuit ensued.
The pursuit reportedly ended when Grubb crashed the stolen vehicle and she was taken into custody.
As of Friday morning, Grubb now faces several felony charges in North Carolina and Tennessee, as well as her previous charges in Virginia.
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