Woman leads LSP on high-speed chase near ULM

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MONROE, La. (KNOE) - A woman is behind bars facing multiple charges after arrest records show she led Louisiana State Police on a high-speed chase near ULM's campus.

The report shows LSP troopers tried to pull Jammie Frith over on Louisville Avenue because her headlight didn't work. The report says Frith took off, eventually hitting 95 mph in a 35 mph zone. The report says Frith failed to stop at the red light on Desiard St. and Kansas Ln., before crossing the center lane and crashing into the Walmart gas building.

After the crash, the report shows Frith ran and hid underneath a trailer in the parking lot. The report says she admitted to drinking a half pint of Jim Beam and smoking three crack rocks before getting behind the wheel.

She's now facing nine different charges, including aggravated flight from an officer, and theft of a motor vehicle.