WATERFORD TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WWJ/AP) – A 34-year-old woman has been arrested after leading police on a car chase and later striking an officer northwest of Detroit.

Waterford Township police say another officer tried to stop the woman early Wednesday morning after receiving a report that she had followed a 17-year-old girl from CVS to her home.

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According to police once at the teen’s home — the woman got out of her car and went into the teen’s backyard.

The woman eventually was stopped by a second officer who ordered her from the car. Police say she accelerated, striking the officer who fired eight shots into the car — taking off with the officer on the hood of her car.

She continued driving until she was stopped at a dead end and ran away. She later was found hiding nearby.

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She suffered an arm wound, but police aren’t sure if she was shot. The officer struck by the car was treated at a hospital and released.

The incident is under investigation.

 

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