Who's the Woman Behind the Wild RV Chase Caught on Camera?
Julie Ann Rainbird, 52, was arrested after crashing the vehicle and fleeing on foot.
A woman was arrested after stealing an RV and leading police on a wild chase in California Tuesday.
The suspect, Julie Ann Rainbird, 52, was with her two dogs when she stole the vehicle, taking authorities on what some called a demolition derby.
The woman smashed up at least six cars during her run and slammed into trees.
The 30-minute chase reached speeds of 60 miles an hour, according to reports. One of the dogs even jumped from the vehicle through a smashed windshield at one point.
The hot pursuit came to an explosive halt in the San Fernando Valley when the woman smashed into a car.
The woman then got out of the RV and tried to flee on foot but cops nabbed her. Her faithful dog was still at her side.
Both of her dogs were found and given to veterinarians in the area to be checked out.
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