DEPUTIES: Fugitive Arrested After Trying To Run Over Firefighter

A woman is behind bars after lawmen say she tried to run over a firefighter with her vehicle and led law enforcement on a chase.

Jones County deputies were on the scene of a car crash on Ten Mile Fork Road about 4 a.m. when they say 18-year-old Miesha Fenner drove by, attempted to run over a firefighter directing traffic, ran over a traffic cone, blew a stop sign and sped off at speeds in excess of 95 miles per hour.

Deputies attempted to stop the vehicle, but they say Fenner continued recklessly down Highway 17, Killis Murphy Road and back on Highway 17 through Pollocksville and beyond. Lawmen say Fenner's vehicle almost crashed twice.

Deputies ran the plate and found out the vehicle was stolen. The chase ended on Highway 17, just north of Maysville, a short time later. Fenner, from Suffolk, Virginia, was taken into custody.

She is charged with felony fleeing to elude arrest, possession of a stolen motor vehicle, assault on a firefighter, aggressive driving, failure to heed lights and siren, hit & run, resist, delay and obstruct, failure to obey traffic officer, failure to stop at duly erected stop sign, no operators license and speeding.

Fenner was also served with a fugitive warrant for both larceny and grand larceny. She is currently being housed in the Craven County Detention Facility under a $40,000 Bond and awaiting extradition to Virginia.

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  • by Jones Location: nc on Dec 26, 2011 at 03:01 AM
    I am glad that she behind bars for the simple fact I am a vol. firefighter and just like the law they put their lives on the line to help anyone that they can we that stations tones go out and then putting offices in danger to WRONG and the lights and sirens are their for a reason so that you know that they are their and so that you want get hurt SO SOME PEOPLE JUST NEED TO THINK BEFORE THEY DO THINGS LIKE THAT.
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      by Gaylyn on Dec 31, 2011 at 04:32 PM in reply to Jones
  • by pete Location: grifton on Dec 21, 2011 at 07:59 AM
    For once I have to take up for he did not make that outfit. He was too! busy riding around in his 78 impala with 22 inch wim's and listening to his hip-hop.
  • by Anonymous on Dec 21, 2011 at 06:58 AM
    Wait, that's a female??
  • by BLAHammed on Dec 21, 2011 at 05:09 AM
    Nice outfit Lavon.Did you make that yourself?
  • by Just Sayin! Location: Jones County on Dec 21, 2011 at 12:37 AM
    GS-20-114 of the North Carolina General Assembly- In addition to other law enforcement or traffic control officers, uniformed regular and volunteer firemen and uniformed regular and volunteer members of a rescue squad may direct traffic and enforce traffic laws and ordinances at the scene of or in connection with fires, accidents, or other hazards in connection with their duties as firemen or rescue squad members.
  • by david Location: vanceboro on Dec 20, 2011 at 08:10 PM
    just wondering what law gives the fire dept. the authority to close or shut down any state owned rd?
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      by josh on Dec 21, 2011 at 12:05 AM in reply to david
      Well David if your ever pinned in your car one day, and your wondering why the fd is taking to long to come to your rescue, it is people like you who ruin today society...
  • by Jay Location: Greenville on Dec 20, 2011 at 04:52 PM
    That is not a woman. No way. That is a male species of some sort.
  • by MadMax Location: Tarboro on Dec 20, 2011 at 04:30 PM
    how dare they stop and accuse "Bat Thing" of any wrong doing
  • by Wharf Rat Location: OIB on Dec 20, 2011 at 03:25 PM
    That`s the first woman I`ve ever seen that looks like somebody`s brother.....
  • by 40some on Dec 20, 2011 at 03:10 PM
    He forgot his mask. No wonder he couldn't get away.
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