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March 31, 2007
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Tex: Handcuffed woman stole, crashed deputy's car

AMERICAN-STATESMAN STAFF 
Austin American-Statesman (Texas) 
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AUSTIN, Tex. - A woman is in jail after officials say she stole a sheriff's deputy's car and drove it at speeds exceeding 130 mph before crashing it into a fence in East Austin.

Candice Marie Asdahl, 23, is charged with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, evading arrest, escape from custody—all felonies—and a misdemeanor charge of failing to stop and give information after an accident.

Other charges might be made, officials said.

Full story: Tex: Handcuffed woman stole, crashed deputy's car






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