Ohio woman in stolen driver's-ed car followed deputy for 11 miles, sheriff says
WXIX / Butler County
Christina King was arrested after she followed a Butler County deputy for 11 miles in a stolen car, Sheriff Richard Jones said.

By Natalya Daoud, WXIX

BUTLER COUNTY, Ohio (WXIX) -- A woman was arrested after she followed a Butler County deputy for 11 miles in a stolen car, Sheriff Richard Jones said.

Jones said a sergeant was headed to work in a marked patrol car around 7 a.m. Sunday when he noticed a car following him from Wayne Madison and Trenton roads in Trenton.

The driver matched the sergeant's turns into a parking lot on Bobmeyer Road in Hamilton, where the sergeant initiated a traffic stop because the following driver had allegedly committed moving violations, according to the sheriff.

Christina King of Middletown was in a stolen B Safe Driving School car, according to the sheriff’s office. King said she "wanted to see where he was going,” Jones said. King is facing one charge of receiving stolen property.

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