Alleged Drunk Driver Claimed Her Name Was 'Hillary Clinton' After Fleeing Police: Cops
Holly Lynn Donahoo of Kentucky allegedly took cops on a chase from Maryland to Pennsylvania early Tuesday.
A Kentucky woman who was pulled over for an alleged DUI reportedly told cops her name was Hillary Clinton.
In Pennsylvania, a state that helped Donald Trump shock the world with his November election win, Holly Lynn Donahoo allegedly used the two-time presidential also ran's name after crossing into the Keystone State from Maryland early Tuesday.
Cops say the 36-year-old was being chased by sheriff's deputies from Garrett County, Md., and Maryland State Police when she drove into Wharton Township in Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania State Trooper Robert Politowski says he arrested the woman, who then gave the false name, The Associated Press reported.
Politowski said Donahoo only stopped after he used spike strips to flatten her tires.
Donahoo was reportedly taken to a hospital, where cops say she refused drug and alcohol testing.
She is being held on several charges, including driving under the influence and fleeing or eluding police.
There's no word yet on why she identified herself as the failed presidential candidate.
She's due in court on May 9.
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